Table of Contents
- 1 Bestselling Agatha Christie Books (Updated) – 2019 Price & Reviews
- 2 1. The Mysterious Affair At Styles
- 3 2. And Then There Were None
- 4 3. The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd
- 5 4. Murder On The Orient Express
- 6 5. Death On The Nile
- 7 6. The ABC Murders
- 8 7. Curtain
- 9 8. Endless Night
- 10 9. The Murder At The Vicarage
- 11 10. Peril At End House
Regarded as the queen of mystery, Agatha Christie is an English writer well known for her detective novels majorly revolving around the fictional characters, Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. She was also the writer of the longest-running murder mystery play, The Mousetrap. Having sold over 2 billion copies worldwide, her novels are a reflection of creative thinking. Christie wrote these mysteries during the span of the 1920s to the 1970s.
Read on below to check out our top selection of Agatha Christie books for you.
Bestselling Agatha Christie Books (Updated) – 2019 Price & Reviews
|Agatha Christie Books||Price||Rating|
|The Mysterious Affair At Styles||Rs.299||4/5|
|And Then There Were None||Rs.224||4.6/5|
|The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd||Rs.299||4.6/5|
|Murder Of The Orient Express||Rs.135||4.4/5|
|Death On The Nile||Rs.299||4.4/5|
|The ABC Murders||Rs.233||4.4/5|
|The Murder At The Vicarage||Rs.850||4.4/5|
|Peril At End House||Rs.233||4.6/5|
1. The Mysterious Affair At Styles
The first mystery of Agatha Christie unfolds into a scene where a wealthy woman is poisoned at Styles St. Mary. The strange goings force Lieutenant Hastings, a houseguest to call his friend Poirot, a Belgian refugee to put the pieces of the events surrounding the murder together and solve the case. The novel has also been adapted in television, radio and stage.
Year Of Publication: 1920
2. And Then There Were None
Published initially as Ten Little Niggers, And Then There Were None is a story about 10 strangers who are brought together at the Soldier Island near the Devon Coast. Their generous hosts and invitee Mr and Mrs Owen are mysteriously absent and each of the guests is accused of a terrible crime. Death at the party makes them realise that they may be harbouring a murderer in their group. Turn the page around to know who will survive and who the killer is. The novel was also adapted in films, radio, stage, television and other forms of media.
Year Of Publication: 1939
Number Of Copies Sold: Over 100 million copies sold worldwide
Awards: Declared the ‘World’s Favourite Christie’
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