This Week was a nationally syndicated Sunday magazine supplement that was included in American newspapers between 1935 and 1969. In the early 1950s, it accompanied 37 Sunday newspapers. A decade later, at its peak in 1963, This Weekwas distributed with the Sunday editions of 42 newspapers for a total circulation of 14.6 million.
Publications of Agatha Christie stories
In chronological order of publication.
- 1936, January 12 - Problem at Sea, illustrated by Stanley Parkhouse.
- 1936, February 2 - Triangle at Rhodes, illustrated by Stanley Parkhouse.
- 1939, September 3 - The Lernean Hydra, under the title Invisible Enemy
- 1939, September 10 - The Girdle of Hyppolita, under the title The Disappearance of Winnie King
- 1939, September 17 - The Stymphalean Birds, under the title The Vulture Women with an illustration by C.C. Beall
- 1939, September 24 - The Cretan Bull, under the title Midnight Madness
- 1940, May 5 - The Erymanthian Boar, under the title Murder Mountain
- 1940, May 12- The Apples of the Hesperides, under the title The Poison Cup
- 1940, May 19 - The Arcadian Deer, under the title Vanishing Lady with an illustration by C.C. Beall
- 1940, May 26 - The Flock of Geryon, under the title Weird Monster
- 1941, November 2 - Strange Jest, under the title A Case of Buried Treasure
- 1947, March 16 - The Capture of Cerberus, under the title Meet Me in Hell
- 1954, September 12 to September 19 - Sanctuary, under the somewhat misleading title Murder at the Vicarage (not to be confused with the novel The Murder at the Vicarage). Illustrated by Robert Fawcett.
- 1960, September 25 to October 2 - The Theft of the Royal Ruby. Illustrated by William A. Smith.