Cosmopolitan is an international fashion and entertainment magazine for women that was formerly titled The Cosmopolitan. Cosmopolitan magazine is one of the best-selling magazines and is directed mainly toward women readers. The magazine was first published and distributed in 1886 in the United States as a family magazine; it was later transformed into a literary magazine and since 1965 has become a women's magazine.
Publications of Agatha Christie stories
In chronological order of publication.
- 1932, August, issue 554 - Under the sub-heading of Are You Happy? If Not Consult Mr. Parker Pyne, The Case of the Discontented Soldier, The Case of the Distressed Lady, The Case of the City Clerk, The Case of the Discontented Husband and The Case of the Rich Woman were published in the same issue. Illustrated by Marshall Frantz.
- 1933, April, issue 562 - Under the sub-heading of Have You Got Everything You Want? If Not, Consult Mr. Parker Pyne, Have You Got Everything You Want?, The House at Shiraz, Death on the Nile and The Oracle at Delphi. The first story was not individually named. Illustrated by Marshall Frantz.
- 1935, November (Volume 99, Number 5) - The A.B.C. Murders. An abridged version with illustrations by Frederic Mizen.
- 1948, May (Volume 124, Number 5) - Three Blind Mice.
- 1948, October (Volume 125, Number 4) - Crooked House. Illustrated by Grushkin.
- 1964, January (Volume 156, Number 1) - The Clocks. A condensed version, with illustrations by Al Parker.
- 1969, December - Hallowe'en Party.