Peril at End House - While on holiday in Cornwall, Hercule Poirot falls, turns his ankle and stumbles into pretty Nick Buckley, accident-prone heiress of a local estate and the survivor of several near-fatal mishaps. Poirot suspects more when strange conn
Agatha Christie novel with rare dust jacket showing Poirot for first time in 1924 sells for £40,000... and doesn't he look like Suchet?
Author Agatha Christie (Murder On the Orient Express, Then There Were None), who also wrote under the name Mary Westmacott, died in 1976 having written more than 70 detective novels, most famously featuring her creations Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple
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Agatha Christie - Her Method of Writing What process did Agatha Christie go through to write her books? How did she develop her plots and characters? And does the language she uses in her books explain why they are so compelling that you can't put them down? www.christiemystery.co.uk