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Agatha Christie: The Collection - The Mysterious Affair at Styles Poirot Investigates The Murder on the Links The Secret Adversary The Man in the Brown Suit - cover

Agatha Christie: The Collection - The Mysterious Affair at Styles Poirot Investigates The Murder on the Links The Secret Adversary The Man in the Brown Suit

Agatha Christie, Classics HQ

Publisher: Classics HQ

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Summary

This ebook collection contains the following works of Agatha Christie:

The Mysterious Affair At Styles
The Secret Adversary
The Murder On The Links
The Man in the Brown Suit
The Secret of Chimneys
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan
The Disappearance of Mr. Davenheim
The Adventure of the "Western Star"
The Tragedy at Marsdon Manor
The Million Dollar Bond Robbery
The Adventure of the Cheap Flat
The Mystery of the Hunter's Lodge
The Kidnapped Prime Minister
The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb
The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman
The Case of the Missing Will
The Chocolate Box
The Veiled Lady
The Lost Mine
The Affair at the Victory Ball
The Adventure of the Clapham Cook
The Cornish Mystery
The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly
The Double Clue
The King of Clubs
The Lemesurier Inheritance
The Plymouth Express
The Submarine Plans
The Market Basing Mystery

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