Did you know Agatha Christie has written 66 detective novels? Challenge accepted? This is the list of titles I’ve read so far. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is still my favourite.
The world-renowned Belgian private detective, unsurpassed in his intelligence and understanding of the criminal mind, respected and admired by police forces and heads of state across the globe. Famous as much for his magnificent moustaches as his little grey cells. Read more about HP on the AC website.
The sweet little old lady from St Mary Mead with an uncanny knack for solving crimes that baffle the police. Her seemingly sheltered village life in fact provides a microcosm of human nature that forms the basis of her intuitive deductions. Read more about MM on the official AC website.
The Murder at the Vicarage – Book 1
The Body in the Library – Book 2
Tommy and Tuppence
International spies, two world wars, murders, thefts and not to mention marriage, Tommy and Tuppence seek out excitement wherever it may lie. Tuppence leads the way with her charismatic nature, while Tommy’s slow, considered manner provides the perfect foil. Together they form the ‘Young Adventurers Ltd’ and the adventures begin. Read more about T&T on the official AC website.
The Secret Adversary – Book 1