Agatha Christie is the world's most popular fiction writer; her works have been outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare. Best remembered for her classic crime novels such as Murder on the Orient Express and And Then There Were None, her works have been cherished by generations of readers. Christie, however, was also a master of the short story and this volume collects some of her finest short pieces. With such masterpieces as 'Witness for the Prosecution' (the basis for the classic film) and 'Three Blind Mice' (the basis for her Mousetrap, the longest-running play in history), as well as some of her lesser known works, including all of her supernatural suspense tales, this collection of twenty-eight ingenious tales displays Agatha Christie's full range as an author.
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