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N or M by Agatha Christie | Book Reivew

N or M by Agatha Christie | Book Reivew

“What is your Christian Name? Answer N or M” – Book of Common Prayers First published in 1941, “N or M” was set in the contemporary backdrop of World War II and tells the story of espionage and invasion by Germany into Britain. Book Title : N or M Author : Agatha Christie Publisher : William Morrow Paperbacks (April 17, 2012) # of Pages : 256 Purchase Links : Purchase @ Amazon.In Purchase @ Amazon.com This is the third book featuring Tommy and Tuppence. In “The Secret Adversary” (1922) they were two young things just coming out of the World ... Read More »

Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie | Book Review

Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie | Book Review

How does a love story end? Marriage and Happily Ever After….But, how often does one really get a “happily ever after”?!! Tommy and Tuppence – Our young adventurers from “The Secret Adversary“, are now married. Although they are leading a happy and comfortable existence, it is routine, monotonous and in Tuppence’s opinion – boring. She is yearning for those adventurous days. And just then re-appears Mr. Carter, to grant her wish such that life partners Tommy and Tuppence become “Partners in Crime. This collection of short stories by Agatha Christie was first published in 1929. However, the stories appeared individually ... Read More »

The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie| Book Review

“The Secret Adversary” by Agatha Christie, is her second published work after “The Mysterious Affair at Styles” and like the later it first appeared as a series of seventeen episodes in “The Times” – weekly edition during August – December, 1921, followed by publication in the book format in 1922. Related reading for you: N or M by Agatha Christie | Book Reivew Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie | Book Review The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie | Book Review The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie | Book Review Read More »