Agatha Christie’s THE THIRTEEN PROBLEMS: Part IV

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The second half dozen stories found in The Thirteen Problems were originally published in The Story-Teller Magazine from December 1929 to May 1930, eighteen months after the first six tales had appeared. This set differs in its cast of characters and its format: rather than a weekly meeting at Miss Marple’s house, these six tales … Continue reading Agatha Christie’s THE THIRTEEN PROBLEMS: Part IV

Agatha Christie’s THE THIRTEEN PROBLEMS: Part II

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Grabbing at the chance to enter into the discussion about short stories over at The Invisible Event and always eager to talk about Agatha Christie, I thought I would spend the next few posts discussing The Thirteen Problems, Christie’s version of The Arabian Nights Tales that served to introduce everyone’s favorite spinster sleuth, Miss Marple. … Continue reading Agatha Christie’s THE THIRTEEN PROBLEMS: Part II