Reading Agatha Christie (An Announcement of Sorts)

It’s no secret that I’ve been pretty devoted to Agatha Christie audiobooks over the past year, and although I still have many more of her novels to read (in whatever form they happen to take), I want to keep a list of the titles I have read so far. I’ve started a list in a physical notebook, but thought it would be fun (for me, and hopefully for you) to also write mini reviews or general thoughts about each novel here on the blog.

For now, I’m going to write down all the ‘read’ titles in my notebook, then bring them over here to share my thoughts and impressions of the stories, characters, and settings (etc.). In the meantime, I’d love to hear about your favorite or least favorite book by Agatha Christie; whether you’re a long-time fan or AC novice; and if you have any “you might also like”-type recommendations, leave them in a comment!



  • Tommy Collison

    I’ve read what seem to be the “most famous” AC novels — “And Then There Were None,” “The Affair at Styles,” “Murder on the Orient Express.” I seem to remember that “Murder of Roger Ackroyd” was particularly good on audiobook… Definitely recommend those if you haven’t read them all!

    • Kelsey @ There's Something About KM

      I have read almost all of those; Murder on the Orient Express was my first Agatha Christie novel, which I read before watching the movie remake in 2017. πŸ™‚ Murder of Roger Ackroyd is still high on my TBR list though – I’ll likely go the audiobook route, so I’m glad to hear it’s a good one!

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