[(Parker Pyne Investigates)] [By (author) Agatha Christie] published on (December, 2012)

[(Parker Pyne Investigates)] [By (author) Agatha Christie] published on (December, 2012)

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Parker Pyne Investigates By author Agatha Christie published on December Agatha Christie bibliography N or M

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    Agatha Christie bibliography Agatha Christie was an English crime novelist, short story writer and playwright Her reputation rests on detective novels and short story collections that have sold over two billion copies an amount surpassed only by the Bible and the works of William Shakespeare Her works contain several regular characters with whom the public became familiar, including Hercule Poirot N or M N or M is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in and in the UK by the Collins Crime Club in November of the same year The US edition retailed . and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence The title is taken from a catechism in the Book of Common Prayer which asks, What is your Christian name

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    1. Les romans d'Agatha Christie sont passionnants et plein de suspens, avec cette petite touche d'humour qui est tout simplement fabuleuse !


    2. After reading two of Agatha Christie's short stories featuring the very unconventional private investigator, Parker Pyne, I knew I had to read more, so when I came across this collection, I grabbed it.Pyne relies upon his thirty-five years in a government office compiling statistics to help him solve any case that's presented to him. Some of the short stories revolve around people who respond to his advertisement in The Times, but Pyne also travels to more exotic climes, such as Jordan, Syria, a [...]


    3. This one is a fun aside for Agatha Christie. Her "detective" was once a Clerk in an office where he learned about people - what they wanted in life. So he put an ad in about "Are you happy?" He then decides what will help them. Its a fun read because people are interesting.


    4. Fun little short stories that I can enjoy when I have a few minutes. Parker Payne, rather than investigating murders on every corner, is in the business to help people find some happiness in life. I've probably read too many murder mysteries so I find these little shorts refreshing. As they are short stories, there are holes in some of them. If you are one to quibble about such things, then this book is probably not something you would enjoy. I just wanted a quick, casual, pleasant read and was [...]


    5. Agatha delivers.I was looking for some short stories to read while waiting for others at the doctor's office etc. These were just right and of course Agatha Christie is the "master" at plotting. These are not great literature nor will they cause the reader to stop and think weighty thoughts, but if you want a nice solidly written distraction, you'll love these stories.


    6. Me. Parker Pyne sells a service - he takes away unhappiness. The stories are fun. I’m disappointed in the quality control for the Kindle book. For instance, in the section about Doctor Carver: “No, I must admit I don’t cover large pearls.” Cover should clearly be covet. And “- a good introducing a supplicant to a more enthroned God” I wish they had bothered to proof-read. I’m sure that those errors were not in the text they copied.


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