Many of the books I read are parts of a series - usually, but not always, mystery series.
I'd like to try to complete some of the series - some I have no intention of revisiting.
This blog is a way for me to keep a record of the books I've read and the ones I've yet to try.
And anyway, I've always loved making lists.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Agatha Christie: The Hercule Poirot Mysteries

Main Character: Hercule Poirot, Belgian private investigator
Setting: mostly England

Bold type indicates a book I've read.

The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920)
Murder on the Links (1923)
Poirot Investigates (1924)
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926)
The Big Four (1927)
The Mystery of the Blue Train (1928)
Peril at End House (1932)
Thirteen at Dinner (1933)
Murder on the Orient Express (1934), aka: Murder in the Calais Coach
Murder in Three Acts (1935)
Death in the Air (1935), aka: Death in the Clouds
The A.B.C. Murders (1935)
Murder in Mesopotamia (1936)
Cards on the Table (1936) Poirot / Ariadne Oliver
Poirot Loses a Client (1937
Death on the Nile (1937)
Dead Man's Mirror (1937)
Appointment With Death (1938)
A Holiday for Murder (1938), aka: Murder for Christmas
The Regatta Mystery (1939)
Sad Cypress (1940)
The Patriotic Murders (1940)
An Overdose of Death (1940)
Evil Under the Sun (1941)
Murder in Retrospect (1943)
Murder After Hours (1946)
The Labours of Hercules (1947)
There is a Tide (1948)
Witness for the Prosecution & Other Stories (1948)
Mousetrap & Other Stories (1950)
The Underdog and Other Stories (1951)
Mrs. McGinty's Dead (1952) Poirot / Ariadne Oliver
Funerals Are Fatal (1953), aka: After the Funeral
Hickory, Dickory, Death (1955)
Dead Man's Folly (1956) Poirot / Ariadne Oliver
Cat Among the Pigeons (1959)
The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding (1960)
Double Sin and Other Stories (1961)
The Clocks (1963)
Third Girl (1966) Poirot / Ariadne Oliver
Hallowe'en Party (1969) Poirot / Ariadne Oliver
Elephants Can Remember (1972) Poirot / Ariadne Oliver [see review]
Hercule Poirot's Early Cases (1974)
Curtain (1975)

1 comment:

  1. I love how you listed these I just started to read Agatha Christie, now I have a reference.

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