Friday, March 29, 2013

Agatha Christie Reading Challenge by Decade: 1920s

So this won't come as a surprise to many of you, but I love Agatha Christie. Ever since I was nine, I used to raid Dad's collection and get so scared that sometimes I'd throw the books under my bed! So we go back a long way. A feminist author who wrote from the 20s until the 1970s, her books chronicle so many changes in society and to this day, I've never guessed who the murderer is!

So, my friend Ezzy came up with the idea that we should read all of her books (oh there are a lot!) and then write a few thoughts on them, too. Low-impact because we're all busy yada yada, but I thought you might want to join in, too. Here's the list of the books she wrote in the 1920s - we're going decade by decade - they're in order of publication but you can start anywhere, too.

I'll post again in a month or so and anyone who likes can join in the discussion then. Enjoy!

The Mysterious Affair at Styles
The Secret Adversary
Murder on the Links
Poirot Investigates
The Man in the Brown Suit
The Secret of Chimneys
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
The Big Four
Partners in Crime 
The Mystery of the Blue Train
The Seven Dials Mystery

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