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Publications of Agatha Christie stories

In chronological order of publication.

  • 1933, September 30 to November 4 (Volume 206, Numbers 14 to 19) - Murder on the Orient Express, under the title Murder in the Calais Coach. With illustrations by William C. Hoople.
  • 1934, 9 June (Volume 206, Number 50) to 14 July (Volume 207, Number 2) - Three Act Tragedy, under the title Murder in Three Acts. Illustrated by John La Gatta.
  • 1935, 9 February (Volume 207, Number 32) to 16 March (Volume 207, Number 37) - Death in the Clouds, under the title Death in the Air. Illustrated by Frederick Mizen.
  • 1935, November 9 (Volume 208, Number 19) to December 14 (Volume 208, Number 24) - Murder in Mesopotamia. Illustrated by F. R. Gruger.
  • 1936, May 2 (Volume 208, Number 44) to June 6 (Volume 208, Number 49) - Cards on the Table. Illustrated by Orison MacPherson.
  • 1936, 7 November (Volume 209, Number 19) to 19 December (Volume 209, Number 25) - Dumb Witness, under the title Poirot Loses a Client. Illustrated by Henry Raleigh.
  • 1937, May 15 (Volume 209, Number 46) to July 3 (Volume 210, Number 1) - Death on the Nile. With illustrations by Henry Raleigh.
  • 1937, October 23 (Volume 210, Number 17) - The Dream. Illustrated by F. R. Gruger.
  • 1938, November 19 (Volume 211, Number 21) to December 31 (Volume 211, Number 27) - Murder is Easy, under the title Easy to Kill. Illustrated by Henry Raleigh.
  • 1939, May 20 (Volume 211, Number 47) to July 1 (Volume 212, Number 1) - And Then There Were None. Illustrated by Henry Raleigh.
  • 1941, 10 May (Volume 213, Number 45) to 21 June (Volume 213, Number 51) - The Body in the Library. Illustrated by Hy Rubin.
  • 1944, 15 July (Volume 216, Number 3) to 2 September (Volume 217, Number 10) - Sparkling Cyanide, under the title Remembered Death. Illustrated by Hy Rubin.
  • 1968, February 24 (Volume 241, Number 4) to March 9 (Volume 241, Number 5) - Endless Night. Illustrated by Tom Adams.
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