The Daily Express is a daily national middle-market tabloid newspaper in the United Kingdom. Published in London, it is the flagship of Express Newspapers, a subsidiary of Northern & Shell (owned by publisher Reach plc). It was first published as a broadsheet in 1900 by Sir Arthur Pearson. Its sister paper, the Sunday Express, was launched in 1918. In February 2019, it had an average daily circulation of 315,142.

Publications of Agatha Christie stories

In chronological order of publication.

  • 1935, Monday November 28 to Thursday December 12 - The A.B.C. Murders. A serialisation in sixteen parts. All of the instalments carried an illustration by Steven Spurrier. This version did not contain any chapter divisions and totally omitted the foreword as well as chapters twenty-six, thirty-two and thirty-five. In addition most of chapters seven and twenty were missing.
  • 1937, April 6 to April 12 - The Incredible Theft.
  • 1939, Tuesday June 6 to Saturday, July 1 - And Then There Were None, serialised in 23 parts. Illustrated by "Prescott".
  • 1945, Monday July 9 to Saturday July 28 - Sparkling Cyanide.
  • 1950, Tuesday February 28 to Saturday March 11 - A Murder is Announced. Illustrated by long-term Express artist Andrew Robb. This version did not contain any chapter divisions and contained only about half of the text that appeared in the book publication, totally omitting chapters five, six, seven, fourteen and the epilogue.
  • 1953, Monday September 28 to Tuesday October 13 - A Pocket Full of Rye.
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