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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Agatha Christie]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • * [http://www.agathachristie.com/ Official website] * [http://www.agathachristie.net/ Unofficial fansite]
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  • ...G|left|thumb|200px|{{#ifexist:Template:Agatha christie.JPG/credit|{{Agatha christie.JPG/credit}}<br/>|}}]] ...G|left|thumb|250px|{{#ifexist:Template:Agatha christie.JPG/credit|{{Agatha christie.JPG/credit}}<br/>|}}]] -->
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  • * 1926 [[The Murder of Roger Ackroyd]], [[Hercule Poirot]] novel by [[Agatha Christie]] ...d Then There Were None''; also: ''Ten Little Indians''), novel by [[Agatha Christie]]
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  • ...he epitome of the private investigator as well as [[Agatha Christie|Agatha Christie's]] [[Hercule Poirot]].
    10 KB (1,544 words) - 16:05, 6 April 2008
  • * [[Hercule Poirot]], created by [[Agatha Christie]] * [[Miss Marple]], created by [[Agatha Christie]]
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  • * [http://www.agathachristie.com/ Official website] * [http://www.agathachristie.net/ Unofficial fansite]
    194 B (23 words) - 14:21, 24 January 2008
  • However, there are fifty-one entries for the prolific [[Agatha Christie]]. Christie wrote many other mystery stories, using several different detectives but B ''Not one of Agatha's best. The scheme is obvious and worked repetitiously.''
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    652 B (85 words) - 20:56, 11 January 2010
  • ...em in the collection – for example, a copy of every [[book]] by [[Agatha Christie]]. Collectors who seek the acquisition of complete collections in this way
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  • ...Carter Dickson, David Dodge, Ellery Queen, Simenon, and, of course Agatha Christie. Among them, too, is Desmond Cory, a man whose ingenuity, imagination, and
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  • *[[Agatha Christie]]
    4 KB (437 words) - 19:05, 11 November 2020
  • ...es]] had been popularized throughout the 1930s by writers such as [[Agatha Christie]], [[Dorothy L. Sayers]], and [[Michael Innes]] and had informally created
    6 KB (921 words) - 22:29, 4 October 2020
  • ...es. Some of them, such as [[Sherlock Holmes]] novels and works by [[Agatha Christie]], are considered to be classic in the genre. See '''[[catalog of prominen
    6 KB (998 words) - 05:36, 11 May 2010
  • ...Sir Henry. Although never quite as popular as his contemporaries [[Agatha Christie]], [[Ellery Queen]], and [[Rex Stout]], he was, nevertheless, well-known t
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  • ...n F.B.I. and Soviet Secret Police. Plot tumbles upon counterplot. [[Agatha Christie]] takes over from [[Damon Runyon]] and [[Sigmund Freud]].... The good guys
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  • ...hen, it is used very sparingly in high-end establishments, Sotheby’s and Christies, for example, frequently use descriptive words to describe the architectu * The novels of Agatha Christie
    11 KB (1,646 words) - 11:23, 20 April 2008
  • ...had Foxtor Mire in mind when writing of the Great Grimpen Mire. [[Agatha Christie]], who had a house near Dartmouth, set her novel ''The Sittaford Mystery''
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  • ...d a single recurring character for which he became famous such as [[Agatha Christie]]'s [[Hercule Poirot]] or [[Rex Stout|Rex Stout's]] [[Nero Wolfe]], he did
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  • ...were the spread of Christianity and the political unification of England. Christianity is thought to have come from three directions — [[Rome]] from the so ...onal rule of [[Oliver Cromwell]]. The monopoly of the Church of England on Christian worship in England came to an end, and the victors consolidated the alrea
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