The Grand Magazine was the first British pulp magazine. It was published monthly between February 1905 and April 1940. Published by George Newnes, it initially emulated Newnes's highly successful Strand Magazine, featuring a mix of fiction and non-fiction. In 1908, it was renamed The Grand Magazine of Fiction. In 1937 the publication absorbed The Novel Magazine.
Publications of Agatha Christie stories
In chronological order of publication.
- Issue 214 – 217, December 1922 to March 1923 - The Murder on the Links, under the title of The Girl with the Anxious Eyes. This was Christie's first published work for The Grand Magazine.
- Issue 226, December 1923 - The First Wish. This later became The Clergyman's Daughter/The Red House.
- Issue 228, February 1924 - The Girl in the Train.
- Issue 229, March 1924 - The Coming of Mr Quin, under the title The Passing of Mr Quin.
- Issue 232, June 1924 - The Red Signal.
- Issue 233, July 1924 - The Mystery of the Blue Jar.
- Issue 234, August 1924 - Jane in Search of a Job.
- Issue 236, October 1924 - The Shadow on the Glass.
- Issue 237, November 1924 - Philomel Cottage.
- Issue 238, December 1924 - The Manhood of Edward Robinson.
- Issue 245, July 1925 - The Sign in the Sky, under the title A Sign in the Sky.
- Issue 249, November 1925 - At the 'Bells and Motley', under the title A Man of Magic.
- Issue 250, December 1925 - The Listerdale Mystery.
- Issue 250, December 1925 - The Fourth Man.
- Issue 252, February 1926 - SOS.
- Issue 259, September 1926 - Swan Song.
- Issue 289, March 1929 - The Dead Harlequin.
- Issue 295, September 1929 - Next to a Dog.