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Your arts and entertainment cheat sheet for July 18 - Lebanon Express

Your arts and entertainment cheat sheet for July 18  Lebanon Express

This week's entertainment choices in the mid-valley could take you from the Linn County Fairgrounds to the banks of the Willamette River, with plenty of stops in ...

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 2:30 pm

From governor's mansions to historic saloons: a journey through Portugal's most incredible palace hotels - The Telegraph

From governor's mansions to historic saloons: a journey through Portugal's most incredible palace hotels  The Telegraph

We walk you through the grandest palace hotels in Lisbon and the rest of Portugal, where you can immerse yourself in history and experience the lifestyle once ...

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 12:27 pm

Review Roundup: TIME FLIES AND OTHER COMEDIES at Barrington Stage Company - Broadway World

Review Roundup: TIME FLIES AND OTHER COMEDIES at Barrington Stage Company  Broadway World

Time Flies and Other Comedies is now open at Barrington Stage Company! What did the critics have to say? Read all the reviews!

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 11:24 am

Stephen King Reviews Laura Lippman’s New Novel, ‘Lady in the Lake’ - The New York Times

Stephen King Reviews Laura Lippman’s New Novel, ‘Lady in the Lake’  The New York Times

An intrepid newspaper reporter — juggling work, desire, ambition and family — investigates two murders in mid-1960s Baltimore.

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 11:13 am

What to look forward to when Wimborne Rep returns to the Tivoli Theatre - Bournemouth Echo

What to look forward to when Wimborne Rep returns to the Tivoli Theatre  Bournemouth Echo

DORSET-BASED theatre company Dramatic Productions returns to Wimborne's Tivoli Theatre next week with a new season of plays from July 25 to August…

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 11:02 am

Albany Civic's 'Unexpected Guest:' A show for every body - Lebanon Express

Albany Civic's 'Unexpected Guest:' A show for every body  Lebanon Express

Shauna Kiefiuk has people clamoring to be corpses. The director of "The Unexpected Guest," an Agatha Christie murder mystery that opens Friday at Albany ...

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 10:15 am

This summer, read the book; watch the movie or TV series - Seattle Times

This summer, read the book; watch the movie or TV series  Seattle Times

A lot of us choose our summer-reading list based on what we're seeing — or looking forward to seeing — on screen. Here are some books that will be hitting...

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 9:00 am

When is Agatha Christie drama Death Comes as the End on TV? - Radio Times

When is Agatha Christie drama Death Comes as the End on TV?  Radio Times

One of Agatha Christie's most unusual novels is set to become a BBC1 drama – and the adaptation is out of the ordinary too. Rather than Sarah Phelps, who has ...

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 8:54 am

Meet the cast of Poldark series 5 - Radio Times

Meet the cast of Poldark series 5  Radio Times

Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson are joined by a collection of new characters for Poldark's fifth and final series.

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 8:07 am

On my pinboard: Nakul Shenoy - Deccan Herald

On my pinboard: Nakul Shenoy  Deccan Herald

Born and educated in Udupi, Nakul moved to Bengaluru in 2000. Best known as 'The Mind Reader', Nakul Shenoy is a leading mentalist and magician.

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 8:03 am

ITV Boards ‘Van Der Valk’ Remake From Company Pictures & All3Media International - Deadline

ITV Boards ‘Van Der Valk’ Remake From Company Pictures & All3Media International  Deadline

British broadcaster ITV and a slew of European networks have signed up to the remake of classic British detective drama Van Der Valk.

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 6:50 am

When is Sarah Phelps' next Agatha Christie drama The Pale Horse on TV? - Radio Times

When is Sarah Phelps' next Agatha Christie drama The Pale Horse on TV?  Radio Times

Here's everything we know about the BBC's upcoming Agatha Christie drama.

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 6:29 am

Big Finish Review - Memories of a Tyrant - The Digital Fix

Big Finish Review - Memories of a Tyrant  The Digital Fix

It's been a while since Colin Baker and Nicola Bryant were last together at Big Finish as the Sixth Doctor and Peri. 2019 sees them reunited for a new trilogy of ...

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 4:00 am

Here's what's happening on Houston stages this week - mySanAntonio.com

Here's what's happening on Houston stages this week  mySanAntonio.com

THEATER. “Murder on the Orient Express”. Agatha Christie's mystery adapted by Ken Ludwig and directed by Rob Melrose. Presented by the Alley Theatre.

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 1:00 am

Lawson's Shaelene Murray's new work - Blue Mountains Gazette

Lawson's Shaelene Murray's new work  Blue Mountains Gazette

Lawson's Shaelene Murray has a new work on show in a Darlinghurst gallery later this year.

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 12:25 am

1 hour ago A thriller to die for - Gisborne Herald

1 hour ago A thriller to die for  Gisborne Herald

by Mark Peters Published: July 18, 2019 4:19PM. FADED GLORY: James Packman plays once successful playwright Sidney Bruhl in the Evolution Theatre ...

Posted on 18 July 2019 | 12:19 am

Miss Marple Hunts a Killer In Peninsula Players' A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED - Broadway World

Miss Marple Hunts a Killer In Peninsula Players' A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED  Broadway World

Now on stage at Peninsula Players Theatre through July 28 is Agatha Christie's endearing, yet shrewd detective, Miss Marple, who is on the hunt for a crafty ...

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 9:43 pm

Tarantino's Trek Is "Pulp Fiction In Space" - Dark Horizons

Tarantino's Trek Is "Pulp Fiction In Space"  Dark Horizons

“Star Trek” is a franchise that has always been defined by its television, where it and its spin-offs set the standard that almost every science-fiction series has had ...

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 9:21 pm

Luxury Gold Unveils 2020 Worldwide Launch with New Journeys and Exclusive Chairman's Collection Experiences - TravelPulse

Luxury Gold Unveils 2020 Worldwide Launch with New Journeys and Exclusive Chairman's Collection Experiences  TravelPulse

Travel Advisors can join in on the celebration of 100 years of travel and honoring the Tollman family legacy by making travel matter.

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 3:00 pm

Calendar: What's happening this week - Albany Times Union

Calendar: What's happening this week  Albany Times Union

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Posted on 17 July 2019 | 1:27 pm

Bowled over by Black Caps' performance - Stuff.co.nz

Bowled over by Black Caps' performance  Stuff.co.nz

Opinion: I decided as long ago as last week that this week I would devote my column to the Black Caps' participation in their second successive Cricket World ...

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 1:00 pm

Agatha Christie and healthy fear: Paul F. Tompkins talks about upcoming We the People Improv festival - Metro US

Agatha Christie and healthy fear: Paul F. Tompkins talks about upcoming We the People Improv festival  Metro US

Comedian and Philly native Paul F. Tompkins headlines We the People Improv Festival with "Superego: Forgotten Classics" on July 19, 2019.

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 11:08 am

Andrea Camilleri had a late but great career in crime writing - The Guardian

Andrea Camilleri had a late but great career in crime writing  The Guardian

The author, who has died aged 93, was almost 70 when he took up the genre, but his novels are as rich with serious thinking as with thrilling plots.

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 10:36 am

The Inside Story of How LATAM Flew Passengers From Easter Island to Nowhere for a Total Solar Eclipse - Fodor's Travel

The Inside Story of How LATAM Flew Passengers From Easter Island to Nowhere for a Total Solar Eclipse  Fodor's Travel

A small group of 48 passengers climbed aboard a LATAM Dreamliner in Easter Island, Chile, to fly for five hours to the middle of the Pacific Ocean all for one ...

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 7:00 am

The dark side of picture perfect Dulwich: Author Alice Castle on the inspiration behind her crime novels - Southwark News

The dark side of picture perfect Dulwich: Author Alice Castle on the inspiration behind her crime novels  Southwark News

With titles like 'Calamity in Camberwell', 'Revenge on the Rye' and 'Homicide in Herne Hill' Alice's novels have littered corpses across south London.

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 6:12 am

Beach parties, bike rides, art fairs: A-List 7.17 - City Pages

Beach parties, bike rides, art fairs: A-List 7.17  City Pages

Here's are top picks for happenings this week. 0. National Puppetry Festival features a variety of shows and fun in Minneapolis. Animal Cracker Conspiracy ...

Posted on 17 July 2019 | 5:23 am

SWEENEY TODD and AND THEN THERE WERE NONE Come to The Highwood Theatre - Broadway World

SWEENEY TODD and AND THEN THERE WERE NONE Come to The Highwood Theatre  Broadway World

Two unlikely partners in theatrical crime are primed to thrill Silver Spring audiences this Summer: first, The Highwood Theatre presents a deliciously reinvented ...

Posted on 16 July 2019 | 10:48 am

The Absolute Originality of Georges Perec - The New Yorker

The Absolute Originality of Georges Perec  The New Yorker

Paul Grimstad on the French author George Perec, whose formally and thematically inventive works included “Life: A User's Manual,” “Things: A Story of the ...

Posted on 16 July 2019 | 9:01 am

Things To Do: A Preview of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express - Houston Press

Things To Do: A Preview of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express  Houston Press

We preview the upcoming Alley Theatre production of Murder on the Orient Express by interviewing new Artistic Director Rob Melrose.

Posted on 16 July 2019 | 6:30 am

Doctor Who Season 12 Reportedly Features Return of Cybermen - Screen Rant

Doctor Who Season 12 Reportedly Features Return of Cybermen  Screen Rant

Doctor Who season 12 will reportedly feature the return of iconic villains, the Cybermen. Making their debut during the First Doctor's era, the Cybermen are ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 9:28 pm

Hercule Poirot Returns to the Alley - Houstonia Magazine

Hercule Poirot Returns to the Alley  Houstonia Magazine

The famed detective returns in a new version of 'Murder on the Orient Express' and the first production from new Artistic Director Rob Melrose.

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 3:09 pm

Death in Paradise 2019: Who are the guest stars in season 8? - Express

Death in Paradise 2019: Who are the guest stars in season 8?  Express

DEATH IN PARADISE 2019 was one of the most exciting series of the BBC crime drama so far. Starring Ardal O'Hanlon as the lead detective in the show, the ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 12:06 pm

Bookstore marks 10 years downtown | Local News - San Mateo Daily Journal

Bookstore marks 10 years downtown | Local News  San Mateo Daily Journal

For B Street Books owner Lew Cohen, work is hardly ever contained to a Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. schedule.

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 11:17 am

'Veronica Mars' season 4 is a triumphant return to form - The Daily Dot

'Veronica Mars' season 4 is a triumphant return to form  The Daily Dot

This review is spoiler-free. Veronica Mars season 4 is a rare revival that lives up to the original. Following 2014's Kickstarter-funded movie, it brings back the ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 4:19 am

From evil twins to deepfake videos: the best books about doppelgangers - The Guardian

From evil twins to deepfake videos: the best books about doppelgangers  The Guardian

The rise of deepfakes has stoked the old fear that our lives can be hijacked by demonic doubles. Laurence Scott shares his favourite books on convincing ...

Posted on 15 July 2019 | 1:30 am

By book or by crook - Mumbai Mirror

By book or by crook  Mumbai Mirror

This week will see three get-togethers that every bibliophile in the city ought to attend.

Posted on 14 July 2019 | 8:30 pm

Emmerdale spoilers: Bernice makes a gruesome discovery about Liam - Metro.co.uk

Emmerdale spoilers: Bernice makes a gruesome discovery about Liam  Metro.co.uk

Bernice Blackstock (Samantha Giles) has made no secret of the fact that she's head over heels for Liam Cavanagh (Jonny McPherson) in Emmerdale. However ...

Posted on 14 July 2019 | 4:01 am

When is Dublin Murders on TV? Who is in the cast – and what is it about? - Radio Times

When is Dublin Murders on TV? Who is in the cast – and what is it about?  Radio Times

Agatha Christie screenwriter Sarah Phelps has a new BBC drama on the way.

Posted on 14 July 2019 | 3:47 am

Best Prague Hotels - Forbes

Best Prague Hotels  Forbes

This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products we think you'll love. Featured products are independently selected and ...

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 7:00 pm

Agatha Christie Expert To Speak Following Performance of A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED July 26 - Broadway World

Agatha Christie Expert To Speak Following Performance of A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED July 26  Broadway World

Peninsula Players Theatre, in conjunction with its production of Agatha Christie's A Murder is Announced by Leslie Darbon, will host Christie scholar Dr.

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 5:56 pm

Confident Devika Srikanth on the right path - Deccan Herald

Confident Devika Srikanth on the right path  Deccan Herald

Devika Srikanth knows she took the path less travelled. She knows the sacrifices her choice demands. And at 17, when her peers are out being normal ...

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 1:56 pm

Agatha Christie’s classic undying mystery is still an absolute killer - The Australian

Agatha Christie’s classic undying mystery is still an absolute killer  The Australian

Spoiler alert This is a column about Agatha Christies play The Mousetrap, which I have just seen in London. It contains information concerning the play.

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 10:00 am

The case for only taking books you really want to read on holiday - Prospect

The case for only taking books you really want to read on holiday  Prospect

How to solve the mystery of holiday reading? Make like Poirot and stay true to your real self.

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 7:48 am

See a show at Prairie Players this weekend - WGIL Radio News

See a show at Prairie Players this weekend  WGIL Radio News

If you're looking for some entertainment this weekend, why not take in an Agatha Christie play at Prairie Players Civic Theatre. The Mousetrap, directed by ...

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 5:10 am

Tom Brittney Dishes on Grantchester Season 4, What Kind of Vicar He'll Be, Advice from James Norton and More - Parade

Tom Brittney Dishes on Grantchester Season 4, What Kind of Vicar He'll Be, Advice from James Norton and More  Parade

There's a new vicar on Grantchester when Tom Brittney, 28, takes on the character of Will Davenport, a firebrand who—replacing clergyman Sidney Chambers ...

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 5:00 am

Batley Town Hall hosts haunting production - Batley and Birstall News

Batley Town Hall hosts haunting production  Batley and Birstall News

An award-winning play, The Haunting of Blaine Manor, will be performed at Batley Town Hall this weekend. The production, winner of the Salford Star Best Play ...

Posted on 12 July 2019 | 3:24 am

Back Alley Productions brings Agatha Christie mystery to the stage starting Friday - Chattanooga Times Free Press

Back Alley Productions brings Agatha Christie mystery to the stage starting Friday  Chattanooga Times Free Press

Back Alley Productions opens Agatha Christie's classic whodunit "And Then There Were None" for six performances beginning Friday, July 12.

Posted on 9 July 2019 | 3:00 am

The Mousetrap – Theatre Royal, Norwich - The Reviews Hub

The Mousetrap – Theatre Royal, Norwich  The Reviews Hub

Writer: Agatha Christie Director: Gareth Armstrong Reviewer: Lu Greer The Mousetrap is, of course, known as being famously the longest running show on...

Posted on 9 July 2019 | 3:00 am

Full Cast Announced for Agatha Christie's ZERO HOUR - Broadway World

Full Cast Announced for Agatha Christie's ZERO HOUR  Broadway World

Casting is announced for a new production of Agatha Christie's classic whodunit thriller Towards Zero, to be directed by Brian Blessed at The Mill at Sonning.

Posted on 8 July 2019 | 3:00 am

When Crime Takes You To Beautiful Places... - Outlook India

When Crime Takes You To Beautiful Places...  Outlook India

Follow the mind (words) of our all-time-favourite thriller writer Agatha Christie, for it will take you to places hauntingly beautiful.

Posted on 8 July 2019 | 12:06 am

Young Hollywood | ICYMI: Rian Johnson Channels Agatha Christie In First Trailer For Star-Studded 'Knives... - Young Hollywood

Young Hollywood | ICYMI: Rian Johnson Channels Agatha Christie In First Trailer For Star-Studded 'Knives...  Young Hollywood

The trailer for the new star-studded Rian Johnson project dropped this week, and it's got us on the tips of our toes as we wait for its theatrical debut, set for ...

Posted on 7 July 2019 | 3:00 am

Literary Allusions: The Origins of Book Titles – The Oxford Student - Oxford Student

Literary Allusions: The Origins of Book Titles – The Oxford Student  Oxford Student

Image description: Agatha Christie's desk at Greenways. Almost anybody would be able to call to mind a number of famous titles from the canon: Jane Eyre, War ...

Posted on 3 July 2019 | 3:00 am

Open Space Theatre to premiere Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' - Dhaka Tribune

Open Space Theatre to premiere Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None'  Dhaka Tribune

ACL has been managing the literary and media rights to Agatha Christie's works around the world since 1955, when the company was set up by Christie herself.

Posted on 3 July 2019 | 3:00 am

Rare childhood photos of Agatha Christie to go on public display - Independent.ie

Rare childhood photos of Agatha Christie to go on public display  Independent.ie

A set of “extremely rare” photographs showing crime writer Agatha Christie as a child is to go on public display.

Posted on 3 July 2019 | 3:00 am

Knives Out trailer: Rian Johnson movie tips hat to Agatha Christie - Vox.com

Knives Out trailer: Rian Johnson movie tips hat to Agatha Christie  Vox.com

Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Daniel Craig, Toni Colette, and many more stars pepper the murder mystery.

Posted on 2 July 2019 | 3:00 am

Peninsula Players presenting Agatha Christie mystery, 'A Murder is Announced' - Green Bay Press Gazette

Peninsula Players presenting Agatha Christie mystery, 'A Murder is Announced'  Green Bay Press Gazette

Agatha Christie's detective Miss Marple will make her Peninsula Players debut when she searches for a killer in the play "A Murder is Announced."

Posted on 2 July 2019 | 3:00 am

Agatha, Annie and Horton back on local stages - Kitsap Sun

Agatha, Annie and Horton back on local stages  Kitsap Sun

BCT, CSTOCK and Paradise announce their 2019-20 seasons.

Posted on 30 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Fine dining on wheels: this luxurious black-tie train brings nostalgia, Agatha Christie-style - Telegraph.co.uk

Fine dining on wheels: this luxurious black-tie train brings nostalgia, Agatha Christie-style  Telegraph.co.uk

The Belmond British Pullman chuffs out of Victoria to potter through South London to Surrey regularly, but this year, it is running pop ups on board with big-name ...

Posted on 29 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Murder Mystery: the film that asks – what is Jennifer Aniston doing? - The Guardian

Murder Mystery: the film that asks – what is Jennifer Aniston doing?  The Guardian

Viewed by 30 million people on its opening weekend, this woefully average comic caper is an odd addition to the actor's CV. Joel Golby. Sat 29 Jun 2019 06.00 ...

Posted on 29 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Review – Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap - A Little Bit of Stone

Review – Agatha Christie’s Mousetrap  A Little Bit of Stone

As a mother of a musical obsessed teen, it's not often I sit through a show without even a whiff of a song & dance, and as we headed to watch The Mousetrap, ...

Posted on 28 June 2019 | 7:11 am

Drury Lane Theatre removes controversial image from play publicity after outcry - Chicago Daily Herald

Drury Lane Theatre removes controversial image from play publicity after outcry  Chicago Daily Herald

Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace issued an apology on Facebook after an image of a noose included in publicity materials for the theater's upcoming ...

Posted on 27 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie's 'The Moustrap' opens Thursday - DeKalb Daily Chronicle

Agatha Christie's 'The Moustrap' opens Thursday  DeKalb Daily Chronicle

Stage Coach Players in DeKalb is set to open the longest-running play in theater history. Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" will run from June 27 through July 7.

Posted on 27 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Netflix's 'Murder Mystery,' with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, isn't good — but is it a hit? - NBC News

Netflix's 'Murder Mystery,' with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, isn't good — but is it a hit?  NBC News

Most regular Netflix viewers are by now at least passingly acquainted with the streaming *service's* latest feature film “Murder Mystery,” starring Jennifer Aniston ...

Posted on 26 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Little-known facts about Agatha Christie, the Queen of murder mysteries - Creative Yatra

Little-known facts about Agatha Christie, the Queen of murder mysteries  Creative Yatra

Did the mystery writer plan her own mysterious disappearance? Let's delve into the link between fact and fiction in the life of Agatha Christie.

Posted on 25 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie's thriller 'The Pale Horse' to be adapted for TV - Times of India

Agatha Christie's thriller 'The Pale Horse' to be adapted for TV  Times of India

Agatha Christie's 1961 thriller 'The Pale Horse' is all set to be adapted for television by writer Sarah Phelps. Read more details here.

Posted on 21 June 2019 | 7:35 am

LETTER: Mayor's thanks for Agatha Christie production - The Bolton News

LETTER: Mayor's thanks for Agatha Christie production  The Bolton News

LAST Sunday I held the first charity fundraising event of my Mayoral year.

Posted on 19 June 2019 | 3:00 am

More than 30m people have watched Netflix's Murder Mystery – why? - The Guardian

More than 30m people have watched Netflix's Murder Mystery – why?  The Guardian

The critics might have hated it, but this Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler-starring Agatha Christie pastiche broke the record for Netflix's biggest opening ...

Posted on 19 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie's 'The Pale Horse' Amazon Prime Show - Christie Novel Adapted into Miniseries - TownandCountrymag.com

Agatha Christie's 'The Pale Horse' Amazon Prime Show - Christie Novel Adapted into Miniseries  TownandCountrymag.com

After successfully bringing Agatha Christie's Ordeal by Innocence and The ABC Murders to the small screen, the BBC and Amazon Prime Studios are once ...

Posted on 18 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Amazon and the BBC will adapt Agatha Christie’s ‘The Pale Horse’ - The Jakarta Post - Jakarta Post

Amazon and the BBC will adapt Agatha Christie’s ‘The Pale Horse’ - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post

Amazon and the BBC, which have collaborated on other Agatha Christie crime novels like Ordeal of Innocence and The ABC Murders, are developing their ...

Posted on 13 June 2019 | 3:00 am

When the World’s Most Famous Mystery Writer Vanished - The New York Times

When the World’s Most Famous Mystery Writer Vanished  The New York Times

On a cold December night in 1926, Agatha Christie went out in her beloved Morris Cowley roadster and didn't return home for 11 days. Here's how her ...

Posted on 11 June 2019 | 3:00 am

Amazon Will Have Another Agatha Christie Adaptation Soon - Vulture

Amazon Will Have Another Agatha Christie Adaptation Soon  Vulture

Another Agatha Christie novel will be coming to the small screen in a new adaptation being co-produced by Amazon Prime Video and the BBC. The two part ...

Posted on 11 June 2019 | 3:00 am

From Agatha Christie to Gillian Flynn: 50 great thrillers by women - The Guardian

From Agatha Christie to Gillian Flynn: 50 great thrillers by women  The Guardian

In response to a list of the 100 best crime novels that had only 28 female authors, Ann Cleeves, Val McDermid and Dreda Say Mitchell and other leading writers ...

Posted on 16 May 2019 | 3:00 am

This Christie murder mystery has a houseful of suspects - The Canberra Times

This Christie murder mystery has a houseful of suspects  The Canberra Times

Director Jon Elphick believes 'Towards Zero' has not been performed in Canberra before.

Posted on 6 May 2019 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie's The ABC Murders - ABC News

Agatha Christie's The ABC Murders  ABC News

In 1933, retired detective Hercule Poirot is targeted by a taunting killer who sends letters signed "ABC", which Poirot must decode in order to discover the identity ...

Posted on 2 May 2019 | 8:41 pm

HarperCollins signs Agatha Christie global deal until 2030 - The Bookseller

HarperCollins signs Agatha Christie global deal until 2030  The Bookseller

HarperCollins Publishers has signed a new global deal with Agatha Christie Ltd to continue its exclusive English language publishing relationship until 2030.

Posted on 6 March 2019 | 3:00 am

Bruna Papandrea’s Made Up Stories to Develop Miss Marple Series From Agatha Christie Novels - Variety

Bruna Papandrea’s Made Up Stories to Develop Miss Marple Series From Agatha Christie Novels  Variety

Miss Marple, the cunning old sleuth created by Agatha Christie, is returning to television. “Big Little Lies” producer Bruna Papandrea's Made Up Stories has ...

Posted on 6 March 2019 | 3:00 am

It's satisfying enough, but true Agatha Christie fans should avoid The ABC Murders - Catholic Herald Online

It's satisfying enough, but true Agatha Christie fans should avoid The ABC Murders  Catholic Herald Online

Despite the evident distaste of possibly the most celebrated mystery novelists of the past 80 years (PD James and Georges Simenon), there can be no doubt ...

Posted on 14 February 2019 | 3:00 am

Valentine explores Agatha Christie's forensics for Sphere - The Bookseller

Valentine explores Agatha Christie's forensics for Sphere  The Bookseller

Little, Brown imprint Sphere has acquired a book from Carla Valentine exploring the forensics of Agatha Christie novels.

Posted on 7 February 2019 | 3:00 am

The Best Agatha Christie Adaptations To Watch After The ABC Murders - Refinery29

The Best Agatha Christie Adaptations To Watch After The ABC Murders  Refinery29

Agatha Christie died in 1976, but the literary treasure trove of 82 detective novels and 19 plays she left behind are as alive as ever. Lately, her mysteries have ...

Posted on 7 February 2019 | 3:00 am

The mysterious disappearance of Agatha Christie - BBC History Magazine

The mysterious disappearance of Agatha Christie  BBC History Magazine

On Friday 3 December 1926, Agatha Christie vanished. Here, historian Giles Milton brings you the facts about the author's 11 missing days, and the ...

Posted on 7 February 2019 | 3:00 am

Review: In Amazon’s ‘ABC Murders,’ John Malkovich Is a Sad Poirot - The New York Times

Review: In Amazon’s ‘ABC Murders,’ John Malkovich Is a Sad Poirot  The New York Times

The latest in a BBC series of Agatha Christie adaptations portrays the fussy Belgian detective in a whole new light. Make that dark.

Posted on 1 February 2019 | 3:00 am

Why Are Sarah Phelps' Adaptations of Agatha Christie So Bewilderingly Bad? :: TV :: Features :: The ABC Murders :: Paste - Paste Magazine

Why Are Sarah Phelps' Adaptations of Agatha Christie So Bewilderingly Bad? :: TV :: Features :: The ABC Murders :: Paste  Paste Magazine

Mes enfants: You know what I kinda hate? That thing where you're forced to defend a stance you'd rather not be associated with. I'd prefer to be able to say in ...

Posted on 31 January 2019 | 3:00 am

Annotated Agatha Christie Bingo - Book Riot

Annotated Agatha Christie Bingo  Book Riot

From the military man who bores everyone to train hijinks, we've rounded up some tropes for a fun-filled game of annotated Agatha Christie bingo!

Posted on 29 January 2019 | 3:00 am

How to Watch 'Agatha Christie Presents: The ABC Murders" on Amazon - Newsweek

How to Watch 'Agatha Christie Presents: The ABC Murders" on Amazon  Newsweek

"Set in the seething, suspicious early 1930s,' The ABC Murders' is a brutal story of violence and lies, the long shadow of the past and the slaughter to come," ...

Posted on 29 January 2019 | 3:00 am

An Agatha Christie Miniseries Is Coming To Amazon Prime - Simplemost

An Agatha Christie Miniseries Is Coming To Amazon Prime  Simplemost

Good news, old-fashioned mystery fans: There's a new miniseries coming to Amazon in February from one of the greatest mystery writers of all time, “Agatha ...

Posted on 25 January 2019 | 3:00 am

'The ABC Murders' may have Agatha Christie purists frothing at the mouth - Haaretz

'The ABC Murders' may have Agatha Christie purists frothing at the mouth  Haaretz

Even nostalgia for Ziggy Stardust doesn't save a Hulu crime thriller with an earth-shattering secret, and a BBC mini-series again raises the question: Why is ...

Posted on 8 January 2019 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie's missing 11 days are being made into a new film - The Australian Financial Review

Agatha Christie's missing 11 days are being made into a new film  The Australian Financial Review

The mystery surrounding Agatha Christie's disappearance for 11 days almost 100 years ago continues to fascinate – and to inspire artistic interpretations.

Posted on 7 January 2019 | 3:00 am

The New Adaptation Of 'The ABC Murders' By Agatha Christie On The BBC - Forbes

The New Adaptation Of 'The ABC Murders' By Agatha Christie On The BBC  Forbes

A new adaptation of Agatha Christie's 'The A.B.C. Murders' was aired on BBC One after Christmas.

Posted on 30 December 2018 | 3:00 am

Solved: the real Agatha Christie mystery | Comment - The Times

Solved: the real Agatha Christie mystery | Comment  The Times

Christmas 1926, and the public is obsessed with a real-life whodunnit that has never been properly solved: the strange disappearance of Agatha Christie.

Posted on 22 December 2018 | 3:00 am

London Review of Books - London Review of Books

London Review of Books  London Review of Books

Agatha Christie is, according to her website, 'the world's bestselling novelist'. That is a difficult claim to prove, and the official site makes no attempt to do so, but ...

Posted on 20 December 2018 | 3:00 am

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From unfaithful husband to missing mother, Agatha Christie’s unsolved disappearance like a plot from her own b  The Sun

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Posted on 3 December 2018 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie webchat with Sophie Hannah – your questions answered on Poirot, writing and grudges - The Guardian

Agatha Christie webchat with Sophie Hannah – your questions answered on Poirot, writing and grudges  The Guardian

After our reading of Endless Night and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, the author of Hercule Poirot's authorised new adventures is joining now.

Posted on 23 November 2018 | 3:00 am

How Agatha Christie hides her plot secrets in plain sight - The Guardian

How Agatha Christie hides her plot secrets in plain sight  The Guardian

Her artful misdirection of the reader is one of the key tricks that have wooed readers including TS Eliot. • Warning: spoilers for The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.

Posted on 20 November 2018 | 3:00 am

Endless Night: Agatha Christie's favourite still has shock factor - The Guardian

Endless Night: Agatha Christie's favourite still has shock factor  The Guardian

Christie's 1967 novel is less a 'whodunnit' than a 'who gonna get done' – so when the body does appear, it is not a surprise.

Posted on 13 November 2018 | 3:00 am

Reading group: Agatha Christie's Endless Night is our book for November - The Guardian

Reading group: Agatha Christie's Endless Night is our book for November  The Guardian

Written in just six weeks when she was 76, Christie's favourite of her own novels is our pick this month – alongside The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.

Posted on 6 November 2018 | 3:00 am

How Agatha Christie’s wartime nursing role gave her a lifelong taste for poison - The Guardian

How Agatha Christie’s wartime nursing role gave her a lifelong taste for poison  The Guardian

Many of the writer's novels involve murder by toxic substance. First world war records detail where she got the inspiration.

Posted on 21 October 2018 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie shaped how the world sees Britain - BBC News

Agatha Christie shaped how the world sees Britain  BBC News

The mystery writer is the world's best-selling novelist and most translated author – so what are non-Brits learning about English people and culture through her ...

Posted on 14 September 2018 | 3:00 am

Agatha Christie Biography

Agatha Mary Clarissa, Lady Mallowan, DBE (15 September 1890 – 12 January 1976), commonly known as Agatha Christie, was an English crime fiction writer. She also wrote romance novels under the name Mary Westmacott, but is best remembered for her 80 detective novels and her successful West End theatre plays. Her works, particularly featuring detectives Hercule Poirot or Miss Jane Marple, have given her the title the 'Queen of Crime' and made her one of the most important and innovative writers in the development of the genre.

Christie has been called — by the Guinness Book of World Records, among others — the best-selling writer of books of all time, and the best-selling writer of any kind outsold only by William Shakespeare and the Bible. An estimated one billion copies of her novels have been sold in English, and another billion in 103 other languages. UNESCO states that she is currently the most translated individual author in the world with only the collective corporate works of Walt Disney Productions superseding her. . As an example of her broad appeal, she is the all-time best-selling author in France, with over 40 million copies sold in French (as of 2003) versus 22 million for Emile Zola, the nearest contender.

Her stage play, The Mousetrap, holds the record for the longest initial run in the world, opening at the Ambassadors Theatre in London on 25 November 1952, and as of 2007 is still running after more than 20,000 performances. In 1955, Christie was the first recipient of the Mystery Writers of America's highest honor, the Grand Master Award, and in the same year, Witness for the Prosecution was given an Edgar Award by the MWA, for Best Play. Most of her books and short stories have been filmed, some many times over (Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile, 4.50 From Paddington), and many have been adapted for television, radio, video games and comics.

Agatha Christie was born as Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller in Torquay, Devon, to an American father and an English mother. She never claimed United States citizenship. Her father was Frederick Alvah Miller, a rich American stockbroker, and her mother was Clarissa Margaret Boehmer, the daughter of a British army captain. Christie had a sister, Margaret Frary Miller (1879–1950), called Madge, eleven years her senior, and a brother, Louis Montant Miller (1880–1929), called Monty, ten years older than Christie. Her father died when she was eleven years old. Her mother taught her at home, encouraging her to write at a very young age. At the age of 16 she went to Mrs Dryden's finishing school in Paris to study singing and piano.

Her first marriage, an unhappy one, was in 1914 to Colonel Archibald Christie, an aviator in the Royal Flying Corps. The couple had one daughter, Rosalind Hicks, and divorced in 1928. It was during this marriage that she published her first novel in 1920, The Mysterious Affair at Styles.

During World War I she worked at a hospital and then a pharmacy, a job that influenced her work; many of the murders in her books are carried out with poison.

On 8 December 1926, while living in Sunningdale in Berkshire, she disappeared for ten days, causing great interest in the press. Her car was found in a chalk pit in Newland's Corner, Surrey. She was eventually found staying at the Swan Hydro (now the Old Swan hotel) in Harrogate under the name of the woman with whom her husband had recently admitted to having an affair. She claimed to have suffered a nervous breakdown and a fugue state caused by the death of her mother and her husband's infidelity. Opinions are still divided as to whether this was a publicity stunt. Public sentiment at the time was negative, with many feeling that an alleged publicity stunt had cost the taxpayers a substantial amount of money. A 1979 film, Agatha, starring Vanessa Redgrave as Christie, recounted a fictionalised version of the disappearance.

In 1930, Christie married the archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan. Mallowan was 14 years younger than Christie, and a Roman Catholic, while she was of the Anglican faith. Their marriage was happy in the early years, and endured despite Mallowan's many affairs in later life, notably with Barbara Parker, whom he married in 1977, the year after Christie's death.

Christie's travels with Mallowan contributed background to several of her novels set in the Middle East. Other novels (such as And Then There Were None) were set in and around Torquay, Devon, where she was born. Christie's 1934 novel, Murder on the Orient Express was written in the Pera Palas hotel in Istanbul, Turkey, the southern terminus of the railroad. The hotel maintains Christie's room as a memorial to the author. The Greenway Estate in Devon, acquired by the couple as a summer residence in 1938, is now in the care of the National Trust. Christie often stayed at Abney Hall in Cheshire, which was owned by her brother-in-law, James Watts. She based at least two of her stories on the hall: The short story The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding which is in the story collection of the same name and the novel After the Funeral. "Abney became Agatha's greatest inspiration for country-house life, with all the servants and grandeur which have been woven into her plots. The descriptions of the fictional Styles, Chimneys, Stoneygates and the other houses in her stories are mostly Abney in various forms."[5]

In 1971 she was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire.

Agatha Christie died on 12 January 1976, at age 85, from natural causes, at Winterbrook House in the north of Cholsey parish, adjoining Wallingford in Oxfordshire (formerly Berkshire). She is buried in the nearby St Mary's Churchyard in Cholsey.

Christie's only child, Rosalind Hicks, died on 28 October 2004, also aged 85, from natural causes. Christie's grandson, Mathew Pritchard, was heir to the copyright to some of his grandmother's literary work (including The Mousetrap) and is still associated with Agatha Christie Limited.

Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple

Agatha Christie's first novel The Mysterious Affair at Styles was published in 1920 and introduced the long-running character detective Hercule Poirot, who appeared in 30 of Christie's novels and 50 short stories.

Her other well known character, Miss Marple, was introduced in The Murder at the Vicarage in 1930, and was based on Christie's grandmother.

During World War II, Christie wrote two novels intended as the last cases of these two great detectives, Hercule Poirot and Jane Marple, respectively. They were Curtain and Sleeping Murder. Both books were sealed in a bank vault for over thirty years, and were released for publication by Christie only at the end of her life, when she realised that she could not write any more novels. These publications came on the heels of the success of the film version of Murder on the Orient Express in 1974.

Like Arthur Conan Doyle, Christie was to become increasingly tired of her detective, Poirot. In fact, by the end of the 1930s, Christie confided to her diary that she was finding Poirot “insufferable”, and by the 1960s she felt that he was an "an ego-centric creep". However, unlike Conan Doyle, Christie resisted the temptation to kill her detective off while he was still popular. She saw herself as an entertainer whose job was to produce what the public liked, and what the public liked was Poirot.

In contrast, Christie was fond of Miss Marple. However it is interesting to note that the Belgian detective’s titles outnumber the Marple titles by more than two to one.

Poirot is the only fictional character to have been given an obituary in The New York Times, following the publication of Curtain in 1975.

Following the great success of Curtain, Christie gave permission for the release of Sleeping Murder sometime in 1976, but died in January 1976 before the book could be released. This may explain some of the inconsistencies in the book with the rest of the Marple series — for example, Colonel Arthur Bantry, husband of Miss Marple's friend, Dolly, is still alive and well in Sleeping Murder (which, like Curtain, was written in the 1940s) despite the fact he is noted as having died in books that were written after but published before the posthumous release of Sleeping Murder in 1976—such as, The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side. It may be that Christie simply did not have time to revise the manuscript before she died. Miss Marple fared better than Poirot, since after solving the mystery in Sleeping Murder, she returns home to her regular life in Saint Mary Mead.

On an edition of Desert Island Discs in 2007, Brian Aldiss recounted how Agatha Christie told him that she wrote her books up to the last chapter, and then decided who the most unlikely suspect was. She would then go back and make the necessary changes to "frame" that person. [2]

In popular culture

Christie has been portrayed on a number of occasions in film and television:

* The first occasion was the 1979 Agatha, when Vanessa Redgrave portrayed her.
* Hilda Gobbi in a 1980 Hungarian film, Kojak Budapesten
* Peggy Ashcroft in a 1986 TV play, Murder by the Book in which Ian Holm appeared as Poirot
* Esme Lambert played the part in The Dead Zone episode "Unreasonable Doubt", transmitted on July 14, 2002.
* Olivia Williams played the part in a BBC television programme entitled Agatha Christie: A Life in Pictures which, like Agatha, revolved around the 1926 disappearance. It was transmitted on September 22, 2004.
* Aya Sugimoto in an episode of a Japanese television series called Hyakunin no Ijin in 2006
* On August 10, 2007, it was announced that actress Fenella Woolgar (who had appeared as Ellis in Lord Edgware Dies) would appear as Christie in the 2008 season of the science fiction TV series Doctor Who.
* Michelle Trout will play the part in a US film, Lives and Deaths of the Poets, which is due for release in 2009.
* A precog in the movie Minority Report (film) is named after her.
* The play Murder By Indecision parodies Christie with the character Agatha Crispy and her theme of writing.

List of works

Collections of Short Stories

* 1924 Poirot Investigates (short stories: eleven in the UK, fourteen in the US)
* 1929 Partners in Crime (fifteen short stories; featuring Tommy and Tuppence)
* 1930 The Mysterious Mr. Quin (twelve short stories; introducing Mr. Harley Quin)
* 1932 The Thirteen Problems (thirteen short stories; featuring Miss Marple, also known as The Tuesday Club Murders)
* 1933 The Hound of Death (twelve short stories - UK only)
* 1934 The Listerdale mystery (twelve short stories - UK only)
* 1934 Parker Pyne Investigates (twelve short stories; introducing Parker Pyne and Ariadne Oliver, also known as Mr. Parker Pyne, Detective)
* 1937 Murder in the Mews (four novella-length stories; featuring Hercule Poirot, also known as Dead Man's Mirror)
* 1939 Regatta Mystery and Other Stories (nine short stories - US only)
* 1947 The Labours of Hercules (twelve short stories; featuring Hercule Poirot)
* 1948 The Witness for the Prosecution and Other Stories (eleven short stories - US only)
* 1950 Three Blind Mice and Other Stories (nine short stories - US only)
* 1951 The Under Dog and Other Stories (nine short stories - US only)
* 1960 The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding (six short stories - UK only)
* 1961 Double Sin and Other Stories (eight short stories - US only)
* 1966 Surprise! Surprise! (twelve short stories)
* 1971 The Golden Ball and Other Stories (fifteen short stories - US only)
* 1974 Poirot's Early Cases (eighteen short stories, also known as Hercule Poirot's Early Cases)
* 1979 Miss Marple's Final Cases and Two Other Stories (eight short stories - UK only)
* 1991 Problem at Pollensa Bay and Other Stories (eight short stories - UK only)
* 1997 The Harlequin Tea Set (nine short stories - US only)
* 1997 While the Light Lasts and Other Stories (nine short stories - UK only)

Novels written as Mary Westmacott

* 1930 Giant's Bread
* 1934 Unfinished Portrait
* 1944 Absent in the Spring
* 1948 The Rose and the Yew Tree
* 1952 A Daughter's a Daughter
* 1956 The Burden

Plays

* 1930 Black Coffee
* 1943 And Then There Were None
* 1945 Appointment with Death
* 1946 Murder on the Nile/Hidden Horizon
* 1951 The Hollow
* 1951 A Daughter's a Daughter (Written in the late 1930's. Performed once. Unpublished and later turned into the 1952 Mary Westmacott novel)
* 1952 The Mousetrap
* 1953 Witness for the Prosecution
* 1954 Spider's Web
* 1958 Verdict
* 1958 The Unexpected Guest
* 1960 Go Back for Murder
* 1962 Rule of Three (Comprised of Afternoon at the Seaside, The Rats and The Patient)
* 1972 Fiddler's Three (Originally written as Fiddler's Five. Unpublished.)
* 1973 Akhnaton (Written in 1937)
* 2003 Chimneys (Written in 1931, but unperformed for 72 years. Unpublished.)

Radio Plays

* 1937 Yellow Iris (Based on the short story of the same name)
* 1947 Three Blind Mice (Christie's celebrated stage play The Mousetrap was based on this radio play)
* 1948 Butter In a Lordly Dish
* 1960 Personal Call (A BBC Radio recording of this play is known to exist)

Television Plays

* 1937 Wasp's Nest (Based on the short story of the same name)

Nonfiction

* 1946 Come Tell Me How You Live
* 1977 Agatha Christie: An Autobiography

Other published works

* 1925 The Road of Dreams (Poetry)
* 1965 Star Over Bethlehem and other stories (Christian stories and poems)
* 1973 Poems

Co-authored works

* 1930 Behind The Screen. A radio serial written together with Hugh Walpole, Dorothy L. Sayers, Anthony Berkeley, E. C. Bentley and Ronald Knox of the Detection Club. Published in book form in 1983 in The Scoop and Behind The Screen.
* 1931 The Scoop. A radio serial written together with Dorothy L. Sayers, E. C. Bentley, Anthony Berkeley, Freeman Wills Crofts and Clemence Dane of the Detection Club. Published in book form in 1983 in The Scoop and Behind The Screen.
* 1931 The Floating Admiral. A book written together with G. K. Chesterton, Dorothy L. Sayers and certain other members of the Detection Club.
* 1956 Towards Zero (A West End theatre dramatization of her 1944 novel co-written with Gerard Verner)

Novels

* Mysterious Affair at Styles, the (1920)
* Secret Adversary, the (1922)
* Murder on the Links, the (1923)
* Man in the Brown Suit, the (1924)
* Secret of Chimneys, the (1925)
* Murder of Roger Ackroyd, the (1926)
* Big Four, the (1927)
* Mystery of the Blue Train, the (1928)
* Seven Dials Mystery, the (1929)
* Murder at the Vicarage, the (1930)
* Sittaford Mystery, the (1931)
* Peril at End House (1932)
* Lord Edgware Dies (1933)
* Murder on the Orient Express (1934)
* Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (1934)
* Three-Act Tragedy (1935)
* Death in the Clouds (1935)
* A.B.C. Murders, the (1936)
* Murder in Mesopotamia (1936)
* Cards on the Table (1936)
* Dumb Witness (1937)
* Death on the Nile (1937)
* Hercule Poirot's Christmas (1938)
* Appointment with Death (1938)
* And Then There Were None (1939)
* Murder is Easy (1939)
* Evil Under the Sun (1940)
* Sad Cypress (1940)
* One, Two, Buckle My Shoe (1940)
* Body in the Library, the (1941)
* N or M? (1941)
* Murder in Retrospect (1942)
* Moving Finger, the (1942)
* Death Comes as the End (1944)
* Towards Zero (1944)
* Sparkling Cyanide (1945)
* Hollow, the (1946)
* Taken at the Flood (1948)
* Crooked House (1949)
* Murder is Announced, a (1950)
* Mrs. McGinty's Dead (1951)
* They Came to Baghdad (1951)
* They Do It With Mirrors (1952)
* Funerals are Fatal (1953)
* Pocket Full of Rye, a (1953)
* So Many Steps to Death (1954)
* Hickory Dickory Dock (1955)
* Dead Man's Folly (1956)
* 4.50 from Paddington (1957)
* Ordeal by Innocence (1958)
* Cat Among the Pigeons (1959)
* Pale Horse, the (1961)
* Mirror Crack'd, the (1962)
* Clocks, the (1963)
* Caribbean Mystery, a (1964)
* At Bertram's Hotel (1965)
* Third Girl (1966)
* Endless Night (1967)
* By the Pricking of My Thumbs (1968)
* Hallowe'en Party (1969)
* Passenger to Frankfurt (1970)
* Nemesis (1971)
* Curtain (1975)
* Sleeping Murder (1976)
* Black Coffee (1997)

Other works based on Christie's books and plays

Plays adapted into novels by Charles Osborne

* 1998 Black Coffee
* 1999 The Unexpected Guest
* 2000 Spider's Web

Plays adapted by other authors

* 1928 Alibi (dramatized from her novel The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Michael Morton)
* 1936 Love from a Stranger (play) (dramatized by Frank Vosper from her adaptation of her short story Philomel Cottage)
* 1939 Tea for Three (dramatized by Margery Vosper from the short stort Accident)
* 1940 Peril at End House (dramatized from her novel by Arnold Ridley)
* 1949 Murder at the Vicarage (dramatized from her novel by Moie Charles and Barbara Toy)
* 1977 Murder at the Vicarage (dramatized from her novel by Leslie Darbon)
* 1981 Cards on the Table (dramatized from her novel by Leslie Darbon)
* 1992 Problem at Pollensa Bay
* 1993 Murder is Easy
* 2005 And Then There Were None

Movie Adaptations

* 1928 The Passing of Mr. Quinn (Based on the short story The Coming of Mr. Quin)
* 1929 Die Abenteurer GmbH (Based on The Secret Adversary)
* 1931 Alibi (Based on the stage play of the same name from the novel The Murder of Roger Ackroyd)
* 1931 Black Coffee
* 1934 Lord Edgware Dies
* 1937 Love from a Stranger (Film) (Based on the stage play of the same name from the short story Philomel Cottage)
* 1945 And Then There Were None
* 1947 Love from a Stranger (Film)
* 1957 Witness for the Prosecution
* 1960 Spider's Web (film)
* 1962 Murder, She Said (Based on the novel 4.50 From Paddington)
* 1963 Murder at the Gallop (Based on the novel After the Funeral)
* 1964 Murder Most Foul (Based on the novel Mrs. McGinty's Dead)
* 1964 Murder Ahoy! (An original movie not based on any of the books, though it borrows some of the elements of They Do It with Mirrors)
* 1966 Ten Little Indians
* 1966 The Alphabet Murders (Based on The A.B.C. Murders)
* 1972 Endless Night
* 1974 Murder on the Orient Express
* 1975 Ten Little Indians
* 1978 Death on the Nile
* 1980 The Mirror Crack'd
* 1982 Evil Under the Sun
* 1984 Ordeal by Innocence
* 1988 Appointment with Death
* 1987 Desyat Negrityat (Ten Little Niggers)
* 1989 Ten Little Indians

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