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Agatha Christie's Secret Notebooks by John  Curran
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May 27, 2010

Read from May 11 to 27, 2010

Juicy details for any Christie fan. Although -- in many cases Curran gives a brief blurb about the book being discussed, similar to what would be on the jacket cover, then starts in on how the book appears in he notebooks. A more detailed synopsis would be useful, because, really, just saying something like "Poirot investigates mysterious affairs at a country house, where a wealthy family bickers over an inheritance," narrows it down to, oh, all of her books. Little help here! *Which* adenoidal housemaid are we talking about? *Which* absent-minded vicar? And ok, I know it's bad form to say who did it, but seriously, these books are 50 years old. I doubt anyone who is reading Curran's book is really that concerned with spoilers.

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