I had read two, or possibly three, of them before. I read a lot af Agatha Christie novels in my teens and I can't be sure if I have read some of them until I reread them, and sometimes not even then.
They are Hickory Dickory Dock, The Body in the Library and Postern of Fate. I bought them because it suddenly occurred to me that I would quite like to own all of her mystery novels.
I'm pretty sure I haven't read Death in the Clouds before, and I know I haven't read Death Comes as the End, which I intend to remedy soon, since it seems to be on a number of lists of Christie's best novels.
As for the rest:
- I am just about ready to forgive Peter Ackroyd for the bloated mess that was the second half of London: The Biography, and The Clerkenwell Letters looks too short to be bloated.
- I have an interest in costume history and have several books on the subject. Costume & Fashion looks like a good addition to the collection, and it has lots of pictures.
- I have wanted to read Aron Ralston's book for some time, and
- The Colour of Heaven and The Perfume Collector looked interesting, but it remains to be seen whether I read them or not.
If you have a suggestion as to which of these books I should tackle first, please leave a comment with your recommendation.
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