Category Archives: Agatha Christie

Didn’t Mean To Be Away For So Long…

But I am slightly more than over committed at the moment, as I’ve started a new contract covering a friend’s maternity leave and I have a couple of projects of my own to finish off, plus I have the novel … Continue reading

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Random Book Reviews

Due to the great Agatha Christie reread, 50 down 33 to go, I haven’t been posting my thoughts on any books up here recently, although I have been adding my reviews on Library Thing – god I love that website … Continue reading

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This time last year I was working just as hard as I am now and trying to finish off my degree, but I wasn’t as stressed out as I am now. Its been a horrid week, where everything that could … Continue reading

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More reading!

On reading, commuting is not necessarily conducive to good or easy reading – being short I spent one journey this week protecting my neck from the elbow of the tall man determined to read his paper in a packed train … Continue reading

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The beginnings

This is the first book Agatha Christie published and the one that introduced Hercule Poirot to the world. The story was inspired by her experiences working at the Torbay Dispensary during WWI and of all the criticisms that could be … Continue reading

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Agatha Christie

I am a fan of Agatha Christie’s books and this book is an interesting and informative insight into Dame Agatha’s life. There is a chapter about the famous ‘disappearance’ which feels psychologically sound, but, because Agatha Christie refused to discuss … Continue reading

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