Article: Unusual Suspect

Unusual Suspect

by Gilbert Adair for Guardian Unlimited Books

“Over the past two years I have read or reread every one of Agatha Christie’s 66 full-length murder mysteries, from The Mysterious Affair of Styles – the very first of her whodunits to feature Hercule Poirot – to Sleeping Murder, the very last of them to feature Miss Marple. This demented overdose was not the result of some nerdily completist fantasy or, as non-admirers of Christie may suspect, an uncontrollable bout of masochistic self-flagellation. It was because I was…”

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