The classic crime stories by Agatha Christie

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During July the YA group‘s theme was classic crimes of the past and present, so I decided to read some novels by the most classic crime writer: Agatha Christie.

It’ unlikely to not know her most famous novels (like And then there were none and Murder on the Orient Express) and some of the characters she created, like Miss Marple or the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot.

I read some novels I did not read previously, and I think they are all good book to read during summer:

  • Death comes as the end
  • Three act tragedy
  • Five little pigs

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[Series] Wells and Wong by Robin Stevens

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The Wells & Wong series by Robin Stevens is set in the ’30 in England (the first two book in particular in 1934-35).

The two main characters are Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong, two girls about thirteen, great friends and both studying in a boarding school for girls. Daisy is english, blonde, bold and operative: she has always new project in mind, and she is the inventor of the Wells and Wong detective society. Hazel is chinese (from Hong Kong to be exact) and it was her father to desire her studying in England; she is just the opposite of Daisy, being shy, fearful and more reflexive.

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