|14,1 x 22,2 cm
|14,1 x 22,2 cm
An all-new collection of spring-themed mysteries from the master of the genre.
The days are growing warmer and the nights are growing shorter… It's the perfect time to relax in the garden with this spring-themed collection from legendary mystery writer Agatha Christie. Blossoming flowers and countryside strolls may sound innocent enough, but not when there’s murder in the air. Beware of secluded cottages, stolen treasure and fatal revenge schemes. This compendium of short stories, some featuring beloved detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, is an essential omnibus for Christie fans and the perfect gift for mystery lovers.
INCLUDES THE STORIES:
The Market Basing Mystery
The Case of the Missing Lady
The Herb of Death
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Miss Marple Tells a Story
Have You Got Everything You Want?
The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan
Ingots of Gold
The Soul of the Croupier
The Girl in the Train
‘Without a doubt, the greatest mystery writer of all time’ – Ragnar Jonasson
‘A hundred years after her first novel, and we are all still standing in her shadow’ – Andrew Taylor
‘Agatha Christie is the gateway drug to crime fiction both for readers and for writers’ – Val McDermid
‘She gives us an insight into human nature that few, if any, have surpassed’ – Susan Lewis
‘Dame Agatha has sold more books than all besides Shakespeare and the Bible’ – David Baldacci
‘All crime fiction writers around the globe owe Agatha Christie a massive debt’ – Peter James
‘Reading a perfectly plotted Agatha Christie is like crunching into a perfect apple: that pure, crisp, absolute satisfaction.’ – Tana French
About the Author
Agatha Christie is known throughout the world as the Queen of Crime. Her books have sold over a billion copies in English with another billion in over 70 foreign languages. She is the most widely published author of all time and in any language, outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare. She is the author of 80 crime novels and short story collections, 20 plays, and six novels written under the name of Mary Westmacott.