Friday, 25 January 2008

Agatha Christie novels- The Best among the best

Time for another Agatha Chrsite poll!

Ok, this time the question was really tough. I posted a poll in a community to choose the best Agatha Christie novel among the following:

1. And then there were none
2. Murder on the Orient Express
3. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
4. ABC Murders

As you may notice all the four novels are considered to be masterpieces. Anyway 207 Agatha Christie fans took part in the poll and this is the result:

1. And Then There Were None -85 votes
2. Murder on the Orient Express -48 votes
3. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - 51 votes
4. ABC Murders -23 votes

Verdict: And then there were none seems to be everyone's all time favourite! (It is my favourite as well)

Comments about the poll:Well, I was told off for not including these books- A Pocket full of Rye, Murder is Announced and Lord Edgware Dies (this is a superb book). Some commented that the poll was indeed a difficult one:-D These four are all recommended by Agatha Christie fans so you can start reading with any of these.

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