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thesshhh | 06:58 Fri 15th Mar 2019 | Arts & Literature
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Which are considered Agatha Christie’s finest novels, and which is your own personal favourite?

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the mirror cracked ..and then there were none... but anything with Miss Marple I like best.. mousetrap is what she will be best remembered for
I found that the trouble with Agatha Christie books was/is that after reading the first 3 or 4 the formula was obvious and that the murderer could be worked out way in advance of the final chapter.....I had read most of them by 14 and only so I could prove myself right in my own deductions!! Her characters, however , were much more fun...I liked Tommy and Tuppence and Miss Marple very much
Which are your favourites?
I don't think she is an author who has "finest novels" they are entertaining pot boilers. Personally I prefer Dorothy Sayers or Georgette Heyer for vintage whodunnits
I liked ones with Poirot best. The murder of Roger Ackroyd is good.
The murder of Roger Ackroyd is a really good whodunnit
Nemesis is my favourite
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