Collier's was an American magazine, founded in 1888 by Peter Fenelon Collier. It was initially launched as Collier's Once a Week, then changed in 1895 to Collier's Weekly: An Illustrated Journal, and finally shortened in 1905 to simply Collier's. The magazine ceased publication with the issue dated for the week ending January 4, 1957, though a brief, failed attempt was made to revive the Collier's name with a new magazine in 2012.

Publications of Agatha Christie stories

In chronological order of publication.

  • 1934, 28 July (Volume 94, Number 4) - In a Glass Darkly. Illustrated by Harry Morse Meyers.
  • 1937, 28 August (Volume 100, Number 9) to 23 October (Volume 100, Number 17) - Appointment with Death. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1938, 12 November 1938 (Volume 102, Number 20) to 14 January 1939 (Volume 103, Number 2) - Hercule Poirot's Christmas, under the title Murder For Christmas. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1939, 25 November 1939 (Volume 104, Number 22) to 27 January 1940 (Volume 105, Number 4) - Sad Cypress. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1940, August 3 (Volume 106, Number 5) to September 28 (Volume 106, Number 13) - One, Two, Buckle My Shoe, under the title The Patriotic Murders. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1940, 14 December 1940 (Volume 106, Number 24) to 22 February 1941 (Volume 107, Number 8) - Evil Under the Sun. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1941, 20 September (Volume 108, Number 12) to 22 November 1941 (Volume 108, Number 21) - Five Little Pigs, under the title Murder in Retrospect. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1942, 28 March (Volume 109, Number 13) to 16 May (Volume 109, Number 20) - The Moving Finger. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1946, 4 May (Volume 117, Number 18) and 25 May (Volume 117, Number 21) - The Hollow, under the title of The Outraged Heart. Illustrated by Mario Cooper.
  • 1955, October 14 (Volume 136, Number 8) to November 11 (Volume 136, Number 10) - Hickory Dickory Dock, under the title Hickory Dickory Death. Illustrated by Robert Fawcett.
  • 1956, 20 July (Volume 138, Number 2) to 17 August (Volume 138, Number 4) - Dead Man's Folly. Illustrated by Robert Fawcett.
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