Moonraker wrote:Curtain is so depressing. I have only read it once, and then I had to read another Poirot to cheer myself up!
Julie2owlsdene wrote:I've only ever read a few of Agatha Christie, this thread has whetted my appitite to read a few more, once I've finished reading Trevor's book. I have just bought the DVD titled And Then There Were None. 1945 edition. Watched it last night. Very good.
Kitty wrote:Moonraker wrote:Curtain is so depressing. I have only read it once, and then I had to read another Poirot to cheer myself up!
I was in floods. Somehow, I'd remained completely oblivious to even the possibility of that particular outcome. I've only read it once, and probably never will again. Though if Suchet films it, I'll watch.
70s-child wrote:Since there are so many Christie fans on this forum, I thought this list of her top-10 books (from the point of view of one fan) would interest people here.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009/se ... tie-novels
What do you think? Do you agree with this list?
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