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Sunday, 8 January 2012

The Agatha Christie Book Collection

Yesterday I bought the first part of The Agatha Christie Book Collection.  It is a hardbacked book together with a magazine of the same title.  The first one was The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.  Books and magazines will be released every fortnight.  I am a real sucker for stuff like this.  They make a great addition to my Agatha Christie collection.  The magazine is really a re-working of the magazines issued with The Poirot Collection and the Agatha Christie collection - but I still like to have them and browse through them from time to time.

Website is www.agathabooks.co.uk.  It also looks like they are only available to the UK and Ireland.

7 comments:

  1. I've been wondering about getting these, Anne. They are actually very reasonably priced, but do I need them?

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  2. Exactly what I said to myself Tracey - I really don't need them, but then I do collect anything and everything to do with Agatha - so on that point I do need them. £5.99 once a fortnight is not bad for a hardbacked book - you would pay that for a paperback - that is what finally convinced me - plus the little extra gifts you get for subscribing - You can also stop at any time.

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  3. Anne, if you check out my blog you will see I have sent an award your way:)
    I am so looking forward to the AC Festival this year. I've started my diet in readiness!

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  4. Hey!
    This is just to say that I LOVE Agatha Christie, just love her and her books. Have you ever read the book "The Mystery of Agatha Christie" by Gwen Robyns. It's an old book but it's good!

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  5. Oh, and Nan from www.lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com
    just wrote about one of my favorite Agatha Christie books,"A Sleeping Murder"... Not sure if the link will work, but you should find her in a search engine...

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  7. Anne, I wrote to magazine asking if this is offered in the USA. Not much of an answer. I would be interested if you share anything from the very early years of her writing career - say before Miss Marple stories. Having read The Man In The Brown Suit - it very different from any of her later books. I know this is one of your favorites - and wonder how many times you have read it(?) Pat

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