Sinister Spring

Sinister Spring

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Crime & Thrillers
Hardback Published on: 02/03/2023
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An all-new collection of spring-themed mysteries from the master of the genre.

The days are growing warmer and the nights are growing shorter... It's the perfect time to relax in the garden with this spring-themed collection from legendary mystery writer Agatha Christie.

Blossoming flowers and countryside strolls may sound innocent enough, but not when there's murder in the air. Beware of secluded cottages, stolen treasure and fatal revenge schemes. This compendium of short stories, some featuring beloved detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, is an essential omnibus for Christie fans and the perfect gift for mystery lovers.

  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • ISBN: 9780008470890
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Weight: 330g
  • Dimensions: 222 x 141 x 23 mm

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Sinister Spring
A delightful compilation of Agatha Christie’s spring themed short stories. Usually when reading a compilation some stories are better than others , but... READ MORE
Zoe Hitchen
Sinister Spring
Recycled stories
A good book for someone new to Agatha Christie. However, I have read nearly all of these stories before. Most of them appear in the collected short stories... READ MORE
Willie Munro
Sinister Spring
Very entertaining
This collection of twelve spring-themed short stories by Agatha Christie is introduced by her own account of her first real experience of fear, aged six, w... READ MORE
Marianne Vincent
Sinister Spring
Classic Christie
As a lifelong Christie fan, I was thrilled to get my hands on a copy of this new compilation of short stories. The Spring theme is tenuous, but who cares w... READ MORE
T Edwards
Sinister Spring
Spring-themed short story collection
Once again I'm reminded that I really don't get on very well with short stories. There is never enough meat on the bones of the story and it always feels a... READ MORE