A is for Arsenic: The Poisons of Agatha Christie is a book by Kathryn Harkup, published in 2015.
The book describes fourteen different poisons, and the novels wherein Agatha Christie used them as a plot device.
- Dame Agatha’s Deadly Dispensary
- A is for Arsenic - Murder is Easy
- B is for Belladonna - The Labours of Hercules
- C is for Cyanide - Sparkling Cyanide
- D is for Digitalis - Appointment with Death
- E is for Eserine - Crooked House
- H is for Hemlock - Five Little Pigs
- M is for Monkshood - 4.50 from Paddington
- N is for Nicotine - Three Act Tragedy
- O is for Opium - Sad Cypress
- P is for Phosphorus - Dumb Witness
- R is for Ricin - Partners in Crime
- S is for Strychnine - The Mysterious Affair at Styles
- T is for Thallium - The Pale Horse
- V is for Veronal - Lord Edgware Dies
- Appendix I - Christie’s Causes of Death
- Appendix II - Structures of some of the chemicals in this book
- Selected Bibliography
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