Erin Green Author - blog
Regular followers know I have a passion for Agatha Christie which dates back to my teenage years, when I'd take solace for an entire weekend alongside Poirot or Marple. Over the years, I have lost track of those I'd read, the adaptations I'd watched and those I'd listened to on audio. So way back in 2019, I vowed that 2020 being the centenary celebration of her debut novel, I would reread her beloved books.
During 2020 I've read:
Dumb witness - my first ever AC read when I was aged about 13
The Mysterious Affair at Styles - her debut novel
Death on the Nile
Murder on the Orient Express
Hercule Poirot's Christmas
Appointment With Death
Murder Is Easy
The Regatta Mystery and Other Stories
And Then There were None
I've taken comfort in many ways by rereading during lockdown 2020; it has provided an escapism from our current situation and much like memories linked to music or films has delivered me back to an aspect of my teenage days.
Sometimes whilst reading, I'll post on Twitter using the #ReadChristie2020 which has been assigned by the Agatha Christie group as a means of promoting her work.