What are Agatha Christie’s best books? Read on to know immediately which of her books you can read to ensure exciting entertainment.

Agatha Christie: in nomine Christie, Amen

Agatha Christie lived from 1890 – 1976 and wrote more than 80 detectives and some 200 short stories. She invented one of the most famous detectives: Hercule Poirot. She has sold more than 3.2 billion works worldwide. You can read Agatha Christie’s works in many languages, but the original English is preferred for the real book lover.

The top 10 list: Agatha Christie’s best books

We start our recommendations with the top 10 best books of Agatha Christie of all time.

Best Agatha Christie Books
Murder on the Orient ExpressAgatha Christie
The Murder of Roger AckroydAgatha Christie
Five Little PigsAgatha Christie
The Mysterious Affair at StylesAgatha Christie
Death on the NileAgatha Christie
The A.B.C. MurdersAgatha Christie
Crooked HouseAgatha Christie
Endless NightAgatha Christie
Peril at End HouseAgatha Christie
A Murder Is AnnouncedAgatha Christie

Now, let´s dive a bit deeper in her work:

The Secret Adversary (Tommy and Tuppence Mysteries)

Two friends, Tommy and Tuppence, are struggling to find work when they decide to start Young Adventurers Ltd. Will they do absolutely anything for the right amount of money? That’s what makes this story interesting for us.

The murder on the links: An Hercule Poirot Mystery (MBW Classics Book 1)

The setting for this book is northern France, where Poirot and Hastings have found each other working to solve several crimes. Can Poirot’s experience with this type of crime help their case?

The Man in the Brown Suit

This book is in our top 10, because of the adventurous Anne Beddingfield, who travels all over the world to solve murders, after having found a not that was left by a man in a brown suit.

World’s Favourite Agatha Christie Book

We find this box set interesting, because it includes three of this famous writer’s masterpieces: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Murder on the Orient Express, and And Then There Were None.

And Then There Were None

We like the suspense that is built up in this book, where ten people visit a mansion on an island, and one by one they end up dead after revealing their secrets to each other.

Death on the Nile: A Hercule Poirot Mystery (Hercule Poirot Mysteries, 17)

When Poirot booked a cruise to travel to Egypt, it was supposed to be a holiday, not a murder investigation, but things are about to change quickly when Linnet Ridgeway is found dead on the ship.

Miss Marple: The Complete Short Stories: A Miss Marple Collection (Miss Marple Mysteries)

If you like shorter stories by Agatha Christie, then we think this is a good buy. Miss Marple has a special gift that made her an exquisite detective, and it’s all because she has always been a keen observer.

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd: A Hercule Poirot Mystery (Hercule Poirot series Book 4)

This plot twist is one of our favorites. Roger, who seems to have it all, ends up being stabbed to death after having lost his fiancé to suicide and finding a strange letter. Who is guilty of killing Roger Ackroyd, and why did they do it?

Midwinter Murder: Fireside Tales from the Queen of Mystery

The harsh winter is not the only thing killing people in this series of short stories by Agatha Christie. If you enjoy mystery novels, we think this should be your pick.

Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?

The title of this book refers to the last words spoken by someone who lies at the bottom of a cliff and is dying. Then Bobby and Frankie decide they want answers to this question that keeps haunting them.

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