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They Came to Baghdad (1951) by Agatha Christie

Thrillers were never Christie’s strongest writing suit but I think this is one of her better ones. It begins well with a good opening, slowing revealing character and place. The external appearance of these are soon shown not to be … Continue reading

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Destination Unknown (1954)

  This was it. My final Agatha Christie novel to read. I did wonder whether I should have marked the occasion with a cake or fireworks, it being such a monumental unrepeatable moment. Never again would I get to read … Continue reading

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