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The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie| Book Review

“The Murder at the Vicarage” by Agatha Christie was first published in October, 1930. This is the first full-length adventure featuring Miss Jane Marple, the endearing old village woman with a knack for finding the truth about people by comparisons. Related reading for you: The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie | Book Review The Mysterious Affair at Styles ... Read More »

Miss Marple and the Thirteen Problems by Agatha Christie| Book Review

First published in 1932, “Miss Marple & the Thirteen Problems” is the collection of short stories, each containing one unsolved mysterious crime. Related reading for you: The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie | Book Review The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie|Book Review And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie |Book Review Nemesis by Agatha Christie ... Read More »

And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie |Book Review

Originally published as “Ten little Niggers”, and now available as “And Then There Were None” is one of the brightest pieces of Agatha Christie’s much-celebrated work. Related reading for you: The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie|Book Review The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie | Book Review Nemesis by Agatha Christie | Book Review The ABC Murders ... Read More »

Sam Childers – Machine Gun Preacher

In this digitized age, it sometimes appears as though the entire human kind is living in cyber space i.e., everybody has access to internet and social networking occupies a huge space in the daily lives of everyone. Related reading for you: The Host by Stephenie Meyer | Book Review A short history of nearly everything by Bill Bryson | Book ... Read More »

Letters to Father by Dava Sobel | Book Review

Galileo Galilie is renowned for his immense contribution to the physical sciences with his discovery of telescope that enables him to examine the heavenly bodies, study of tides, motions of pendulum and moving bodies. His inquisition and house arrest in the old age by the Catholic Church due to his “so-called” heretic work and writings is also famous. But, this ... Read More »

Galileo’s Daughter by Dava Sobel | Book Review

When we hear the name “Galileo Gelilei”, what are the first things that come to our mind? That, he invented the telescope, that we was the first man in Europe to gaze at the stars, the one who found out that Moon’s surface consisted of mountains and hills just like Earth, who discovered the four satellites of Jupiter and the ... Read More »