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Mallowen, Agatha Christie Lady

Works: 3 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 6 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Detective and mystery fiction  History  Detective and mystery stories, English  Comic books, strips, etc  Detective and mystery comic books, strips, etc 
Classifications: PR6005.H66, 823.912
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Publications about Agatha Christie Mallowen
Publications by Agatha Christie Mallowen
Most widely held works by Agatha Christie Mallowen
At Bertram's Hotel by Agatha Christie( Book )
1 edition published in 1968 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Novel is set in a restored London hotel which continues to court a pre-World War II clientele to mix with guests who exhibit changing contemporary values. The plot centers on the efforts of Miss Jane Marple to uncover a gang of criminals who are using Bertram's as their home base and endangering the lives of innocent guests
The mystery of the blue train by Agatha Christie( Book )
1 edition published in 1959 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Bound for the Riviera, detective Hercule Poirot has boarded Le Train Bleu, an elegant, leisurely means of travel, free of intrigue. Then he meets Ruth Kettering. The American heiress -- bailing out of a doomed marriage -- is en route to reconcile with her former lover. But by morning, her private affairs are made public when she is found murdered in her luxury compartment. The rumour of a strange man loitering in the victim's shadow is all Poirot has to go on until Mrs. Kettering's secret life begins to unfold. --Publisher description
Death in the clouds : a Hercule Poirot mystery by Agatha Christie( Book )
1 edition published in 1961 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
From seat #9 on a flight from London to Paris, Hercule Poirot was perfectly positioned to observe his fellow passengers -- yet even he had no idea a murder had taken place during the serving of lunch. The victim, a woman known to the passengers as Mme. Giselle, is discovered to have been a notorious blackmailer. And the weapon is a poisoned dart containing a deadly South African snake venom and a blowpipe like the ones used by South American Indian tribes. Even the astute Poirot is having difficulty with this case. It would appear that someone on the plane -- either a passenger or one of the stewards -- is a murderer. But with the facts of the case leading Poirot nowhere at all, even the brainy Belgian has to wonder if this case will ever be solved
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