As you probably know if you have been following my blog, in May 2020 (on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the publication of the first book with the Belgian sleuth) I started listening to all of Hercule Poirot’s short stories and novels, in chronological order of publication.
I had read some of them before, but I was looking for a broader view, just as I had done before that with Sherlock Holmes.
There’s a total of 45 works, and I’m almost done.
In some collections, there were a few stories with Miss Marple, and I realized it didn’t work too well for me in audio.
So I decided not to listen to that series, nor probably to Christie’s other series, unless you strongly encourage me to do so.
So I need your help today, to come up with a list of your favorite standalones by Agatha Christie, as I feel I should listen to a few more.
So tell me, what are YOUR favorite standalone novels or short story collections by Agatha Christie, and why you think I should read them. If I count correctly, I think she has a total of 21 standalone works. I have read a few, and my favorite of all is And Then There Were None.
Which one(s) should I absolutely read, and why?
Thanks for your help!