Agatha Christie

Leave Agatha Christie Alone

Shylashri Shankar

To censor books is to overlook the social contexts they were set in

Naipaul Under the Woke Gaze

Why we should read what he had to say

Agatha Christie: Murder She Wrote

Women writers reign over the golden age of crime fiction

Killer Instinct

From metaphysical thrillers to Agatha Christie redux

A Detective’s Diet

When Agatha Christie cooks Poirot’s breakfast

Garden Variety Crimes

Reading Agatha Christie and other gardening pleasures


Just as one adds a pinch of sugar or jaggery to balance the acidity of a tomato or tamarind, the sleuth’s savouring of a dish offsets and highlights the demon-like aspects of the crime

And Then There was One

At last, there is someone to satisfy an Agatha Christie aficionado’s longing for old school whodunits—Japanese author Keigo Higashino

Not Lost in Translation

Reading these graphic novel adaptations of Agatha Christie crime novels is like rediscovering an old friend


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