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cmgmaxim

Hey everyone,

Did you hear about Agatha Christie? She wrote a mystery stories? Is she great writer?

Christy
 

daniela

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Agatha Christie is pretty good. She gets repetitive in her stories after a while, though. I loved reading her books when I was younger, but as I have learned more about writing, I have not been able to sit down and enjoy one of Christie's novels without spotting many errors. Still, she is a fun author to read. I recommend Ten Little Indians and The Orient Express.

--DM--
 
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cmgmaxim

I know "the ten little Indians" and did read it. Also, I remembered the movie in 1930's or 1940's (not remember exactly).

Christy
 

LoneWolf

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I like Agatha Christies a lot, though I haven't been reading her works as much as I used to. Usually the wife kills the husband, or vice versa (at least in the ones I've read)...as daniela said, repetitive. But I love And Then There was One..my fave by far.
 

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