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The Secret Adversary - Agatha Christie
The Secret Adversary
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781420929195 (1420929194)
Publisher: Digireads.com
Pages no: 148
Edition language: English
Series: Tommy and Tuppence (#1)
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Moonlight Reader
Moonlight Reader rated it
3.5 How To Succeed At Espionage Without Really Trying
Cross Posted on my classic crime blog, Peril at Whitehaven Mansion Published in 1922, The Secret Adversary was Christie’s second novel, coming directly on the heels of The Mysterious Affair At Styles, her first Poirot outing which was published in 1920. For the first decade or so of Christie’s car...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
3.0 Fun Beginning to Tommy & Tuppence
I haven't really focused on Christie's non-Poirot/Marple books. Last year I said j would read all of Christie's other books and I just got busy and lost interest. Now I'm ready to take a look at her other works. There's also a rereleased of a biography coming out soon about Christie that I can't wai...
Jennifer's Books
Jennifer's Books rated it
4.0 The Secret Adversary
This is the fourth of five Christie novels I have planned for Halloween Bingo, and the first Tommy and Tuppence novel I've read. I quite enjoyed it, though Tommy and Tuppence were at bit...much at the beginning. Once things got more serious and down to business they were much more bearable. I pr...
Lillelara rated it
3.0 The Secret Adversary
Agatha Christie did it again. She completely fooled me and my initial suspicion has been wrong. Not that I didn´t expect this, because, let´s be honest, it´s an Agatha Christie novel. She just knows how to use red herrings. I have to admit, though, that I´m not a big fan of her spy / secret organi...
BrokenTune rated it
3.0 The Secret Adversary
IT was 2 p.m. on the afternoon of May 7, 1915. The Lusitania had been struck by two torpedoes in succession and was sinking rapidly, while the boats were being launched with all possible speed. This is still one of the most intriguing Agatha Christie opening lines I have read (another can be found ...
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