Short Stories

by Agatha Christie
HarperCollins, November 2013, $2.99

A lost Agatha Christie story (really a novella) has turned up and been made available in electronic format. Christie wrote “Hercule Poirot and the Greenshore Folly” as a way to raise money for her church, but she donated another story instead and expanded this one into a novel, Dead Man’s Folly. It’s always a pleasure to see Poirot in action, and this story is a must for completists.

Bill Crider

A lost Agatha Christie story (really a novella) has turned up and been made available in electronic format. Christie wrote “Hercule Poirot and the Greenshore Folly” as a way to raise money for her church, but she donated another story instead and expanded this one into a novel, Dead Man’s Folly. It’s always a pleasure to see Poirot in action, and this story is a must for completists.

Teri Duerr
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Christie
November 2013
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2.99
HarperCollins