The entire works of Agatha Christie

Day three of the Twelve Days of Christiemas and I thought it would make sense to actually list all of Dame Agatha Christie’s novels, short stories and plays. I’ve sorted them by series or type so they won’t necessarily be in publication date order.

Marple

The Murder at the Vicarage

The Body in the Library

The Moving Finger

The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side

Miss Marple’s Final Cases

Nemisis

A Murder is Announced

A Pocket Full of Rye

Sleeping Murder

4.50 from Paddington

At Bertram’s Hotel

A Caribbean Mystery

They Do it With Mirrors

The Thirteen Problems (short stories)

 

Colonol Race series

Sparkling Cyanide

The Man in the Brown Suit

 

Short Stories

The Mysterious Mr Quin

Problem at Pollensa Bay

The Listerdale Mystery

The Hound of Death

 

Superindendent Battle

The Seven Dials Mystery

Towards Zero

Murder is Easy

The Secret of Chimneys

 

Standalone novels

Endless Night

Destination Unknown

Ordeal by Innocence

Crooked House

Death Comes at the End

The Pale Horse

And The There Were None

Parker Pyne Investigates

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?

Passenger to Frankfurt

The Sittaford Mystery

 

Books under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan

Come Tell me How You Live

Star Over Bethlehem

 

Poirot

Cards on the Table

Cat Among the Pigeons

The Clocks

Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case

Dead Man’s Folly

Death in the Clouds

Death on the Nile

Dumb Witness

Elephants Can Remember

Evil Under the Sun

Five Little Pigs

The Labours of Hercules

The ABC Murders

The Adventures of the Christmas Pudding

After the Funeral

Appointment with Death

The Big Four

The Mysterious Affair at Styles

The Secret Adversary

The Murder on the Links

Poirot Investigates (short stories)

Poriot’s Early Cases

Murder on the Links

Murder on the Orient Express

Murder in Mesopotamia

Murder on the Mews

The Mystery of the Blue Train

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Third Girl

Lord Edgeware Dies

Mrs McGinty’s Dead

Hallowe’en Party

Hercule Poirot’s Christmas

Hickory Dickory Dock

The Hollow

Taken at the Flood

Three-Act Tragedy

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

Peril at End House

Sad Cypress

 

Tommy and Tuppence series

N or M?

Postern of Fate

By the Pricking of my Thumbs

The Secret Adversary

Partners in Crime (short stories)

 

Plays (I’ve included those that were also a book and later adapted into plays)

Black Coffee

Love from a Stranger

Appointment with Death

Murder on the Nile

And Then There Were None

The Hollow

The Mousetrap

Witness for the Prosecution

Spider’s Web

Towards Zero

Verdict

The Unexpected Guest

Go Back for Murder

The Rule of Three

Afternoon at the Seaside

The Patient

The Rats

Akhnaton

A Poirot Double Bill

Rule of Thumb

The Stranger

Fiddler’s Three

The Wasp’s Nest

Personal Call

Butter in a Lordly Dish

The Secret of Chimneys

Murder in the Studio

Towards Zero

Yellow Iris

 

She also wrote six romance novels under the name Mary Westmacott.

Giant’s Bread

Unfinished Portrait

Absent in the Spring

The Rose and the Yew Tree

A Daughter’s A Daughter (also adapted as a play)

The Burden

She even wrote Agatha Christie: An Autobiography

So there we go, if you haven’t read any Agatha Christie yet you now have a list to start from. And if you have, how many have you managed to read?

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  1. I’ve never read an Agatha Christie! I started one when I was in hospital having my tonsils out and I felt so ill that I couldn’t finish it and now I always associate Agatha Christie with feeling really nauseous!

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  2. Well, she wrote a lot, didn’t she??? 😁😁 I’ve read all the novels and short stories, Come Tell Me How You Live, some of the Westmacotts, some of the plays and the autobiography. One day I’d like to re-read the lot chronologically…

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