Copied to Clipboard
Facebook Twitter Gplus Flickr YouTube Google Maps E-mail RSS
magnify
Home Authors A-E (By Surname) Agatha Christie – Double Sin and Other Studies | Review
formats

Agatha Christie – Double Sin and Other Studies | Review

Title: Double Sin and Other Studies

Author: Agatha Christie

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 214

Rating 3.75/5

 

 

This collection was fun, but at the same time it was confusing because I’d already read at least two of the stories, and possibly more like five or six of them. That’s a problem when there’s only eight stories inside there, but at least they’re good stories, which is why I remembered them in the first place.

It’s because I’ve been collecting every Agatha Christie book that was ever published, and there’s some crossover between books that were published in the UK and in the USA. It confused me, though, because some of the stories also had different names, but then I checked this book against a few others that I own and I saw that even though the names were different, the opening paragraphs were the same.

I still enjoyed reading it though, and I would recommend this to other Agatha Christie fans. It’s also cool because it includes stories about both Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, which gives you a nice healthy little dose of both of them. All in all then, there’s a lot to like here and not much to dislike. Read it.

 

British writer of crime and detective fiction, Dame Agatha Christie (1891 – 1976). (Photo by Walter Bird/Getty Images)

 

Click here to buy Double Sin and Other Stories.

 

 
 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn
No Comments  comments 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *