The Story-Teller was a monthly British pulp fiction magazine from 1907 to 1937. Originally published by Cassell & Co., it was later taken over by Amalgamated Press and merged with Cassell's Magazine in 1932.
The Story-Teller is notable for having published some of the works of prominent authors, including G. K. Chesterton, William Hope Hodgson, Rudyard Kipling, Katherine Mansfield, Sax Rohmer, Edgar Wallace, H. G. Wells, Oliver Onions, Hall Caine, Marjorie Bowen, E. Phillips Oppenheim, Alice & Claude Askew, and Tom Gallon.
Publications of Agatha Christie stories
The period of relevance for Agatha Christie is the late 1920s. In chronological order of publication, her stories published in the magazine are:
- Issue 236, December 1926 - The Love Detectives, under the title of At the Crossroads.
- Issue 237, January 1927 - The Soul of the Croupier.
- Issue 238, February 1927 - The World's End, under the title World's End.
- Issue 239, March 1927 - The Voice in the Dark.
- Issue 240, April 1927 - The Face of Helen.
- Issue 241, May 1927 - Harlequin's Lane.
- Issue 272, December 1929 - The Blue Geranium.
- Issue 273, January 1930 - A Christmas Tragedy, under the title The Hat and the Alibi.
- Issue 274, February 1930 - The Companion, under the title The Resurrection of Amy Durrant.
- Issue 275, March 1930 - The Herb of Death.
- Issue 276, April 1930 - The Four Suspects.
- Issue 277, May 1930 - The Affair at the Bungalow.