22 December 2009

ACRC: Short Stories, Update #5

In ACRC: Short Stories, I explained how I'm going to keep records of the reading of Agatha Christie's short stories.

As I read another collection, I'll add the stories to the list that I've created and publish a new posting headed ACRC: Short Stories, Update #x, and also link to ACRC: Short Stories which will show my gradual conquering of the short story mountain.

Short Story Collections read so far
The updates will show the short stories read, listed in the order in which they were written, and the collection(s) in which they were published.
  1. 1923, The Adventure of the Western Star - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  2. 1923, Tragedy at Marsdon Manor - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  3. 1923, The Adventure of the Cheap Flat - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  4. 1923, The Mystery of Hunters Lodge - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  5. 1923, The Million Dollar Bond Robbery - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  6. 1923, The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  7. 1923, The Jewel Robbery at the Grand Metropolitan - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  8. 1923, The Kidnapped Prime Minister - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  9. 1923, The Disappearance of Davenheim - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  10. 1923, The Adventure of the Italian Nobleman - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ.1924
  11. 1923, The Case of the Missing Will - Hercule Poirot - Poirot Investigates publ. 1924
  12. 1923, The First Wish - Tommy and Tuppence, became The Clergyman's Daughter / The Red House in Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  13. 1924, Publicity - Tommy and Tuppence, became A Fairy in the Flat / A Pot of Tea in Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  14. 1924, The Affair of the Pink Pearl - Tommy and Tuppence - Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  15. 1924, Finessing the King - Tommy and Tuppence - became Finessing the King / The Gentleman Dressed in Newspaper in Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  16. 1924, The Case of the Missing Lady - Tommy and Tuppence - Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  17. 1924, The Case of the Sinister Stranger - Tommy and Tuppence - became The Adventure of the Sinister Stranger in Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  18. 1924, The Sunninghall Mystery - Tommy and Tuppence - became The Sunningdale Mystery inPartners in Crime publ. 1929
  19. 1924, The House of Lurking Death - Tommy and Tuppence - Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  20. 1924, The Matter of the Ambassador's Boots - Tommy and Tuppence - became The Ambassador's Boots in Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  21. 1924, The Affair of the Forged Notes - Tommy and Tuppence - became The Crackler inPartners in Crime publ. 1929
  22. 1924, Blindman's Buff - Tommy and Tuppence - Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  23. 1924, The Man in the Mist - Tommy and Tuppence - Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  24. 1924, The man who was Number Sixteen - Tommy and Tuppence - Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  25. 1926, Magnolia Blossom - romance - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991
  26. 1926, The Love Detectives - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991
  27. 1927, The Tuesday Night Club - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  28. 1928, The Idol House of Astarte - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  29. 1928, Ingots of Gold - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  30. 1928, The Bloodstained Pavement - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  31. 1928, Motive & Opportunity - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  32. 1928, The Unbreakable Alibi - Tommy and Tuppence - Partners in Crime publ. 1929
  33. 1929, The Thumb Mark of St. Peter - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  34. 1929, Next to a Dog - romance - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991
  35. 1929, The Blue Geranium - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  36. 1930, The Companion - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  37. 1930, The Four Suspects - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  38. 1930, A Christmas Tragedy - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  39. 1930, The Herb of Death - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  40. 1930, The Affair of the Bungalow - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  41. 1930, The Coming of Mr. Quin - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  42. 1930, The Shadow on the Glass - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  43. 1930, At the "Bells and Motley" - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  44. 1930, The Sign in the Sky - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  45. 1930, The Soul of the Croupier - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  46. 1930, The Man from the Sea - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  47. 1930, The Voice in the Dark - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  48. 1930, The Face of Helen - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  49. 1930, The Dead Harlequin - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  50. 1930, The Bird with the Broken Wing - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  51. 1930, The World's End - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  52. 1930, Harlequin's Lane - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - The Mysterious Mr Quin
  53. 1931, Death by Drowning - Miss Marple - The Thirteen Problems publ. 1932
  54. 1932, The Second Gong - Hercule Poirot - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991
  55. 1935, Problem at Pollensa Bay - Parker Pyne - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991
  56. 1936, The Regatta Mystery - Parker Pyne - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991
  57. 1937, Yellow Iris - Hercule Poirot - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991
  58. 1971, The Harlequin Tea Set - Mr Satterthwaite & Harley Quin - Problem at Pollensa Bay publ. 1991

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

Kerrie - Thanks for the update on what you've read thus far. I've always liked Christie's short stories very much, although she's not as well known for them.

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