The Sittaford Mystery

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Harper Collins, Mar 17, 2009 - Fiction - 288 pages
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In a remote house in the middle of Dartmoor, six shadowy figures huddle around a table for a seance. Tension rises as the spirits spell out a chilling message: "Captain Trevelyan . . . dead . . . murder."

Is this black magic or simply a macabre joke? The only way to be certain is to locate Captain Trevelyan. Unfortunately, his home is six miles away and, with snowdrifts blocking the roads, someone will have to make the journey on foot. . . .

 

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Even without one of her star players on the stage, Agatha Christie develops an intriguing bunch of characters and delivers a fine story in her usual sprightly, amusing, and utterly English style ... Read full review

Contents

About Agatha Christie
The Agatha Christie Collection
Ebook Extras
Sittaford House
The Message
Five and Twenty Past Five
Inspector Narracott
Evans 6 At the Three Crowns
Miss Percehouse
Emily Visits Sittaford House
Theories
Visit to Aunt Jennifer
Conversations
Nocturnal Adventures of Charles
At Hazelmoor
Inspector Narracott Discusses the Case

The Will
Mr Charles Enderby
The Laurels
The Pearson Family
Emily Sets to Work
The Arrest
Sittaford
The Willetts
Visit to Major Burnaby
Mr Rycroft
At Dellers Café
Robert Gardner
Narracott Acts
Boots
The Second Séance
Emily Explains
The Lucky
Copyright
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Agatha Christie is the most widely published author of all time, outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare. Her books have sold more than a billion copies in English and another billion in a hundred foreign languages. She died in 1976.

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