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There are a few small problems with his "perfect" plan. The house is in shambles, he has no money, and he has been warned Gipsy Acre is cursed- quite few who have lived there The curse Michael dismisses right away The house is also not a problem- Michael's only close friend -Rudolf Santonix- is an architect, and Santonix has always promised that if money, love and property ever became a reality in Michael's life- he would build him the house of his dreams.

As luck would have it, Michael meets Fenella "Ellie" Guteman- a lovely, wealthy heiress from America- and everything else falls into place. He has the girl, more money than he could have imagined, and as Santonix promised- a breathtaking house on Gipsy Acre. If you are a Christie fan this is a must read! View all 26 comments. I usually read Agatha Christie to unwind, and although they always guarantee a highly enjoyable hour filled with chuckles and gasps, there is an element of 'lightness' and dismissal involved.

Well, that serves me right. This book smacked the patronizing smirk right off my face and I'm drooling on the floor, well and truly humbled. Written lightly, as always, but for the first time, the weight of evil - the kind of evil that wears perfume, goes shopping and is grumpy in the morning - makes its pr I usually read Agatha Christie to unwind, and although they always guarantee a highly enjoyable hour filled with chuckles and gasps, there is an element of 'lightness' and dismissal involved.

Written lightly, as always, but for the first time, the weight of evil - the kind of evil that wears perfume, La Nuit Nen Finit Pas, goes shopping and is grumpy in the morning - makes its presence softly, sweetly known.

Yours truly is humbled, chilled and very impressed. View all 4 comments. Endless Night was one of Agatha Christie's own favourite novels, and one which received the most critical acclaim on its publication in It is her 58th detective novel. The title is a reference to William Blake's "Auguries of Innocence", "Every night and every morn, Some to misery are born, Every morn and every night, Some are born to sweet delight.

Some are born to sweet delight, Some are born to endless night. Endless Night has been filmed, adapted as a play and also a graphic novel. It featured in a TV series about Miss Marple inalthough the character of Miss Marple does not appear in the novel. The novels featuring Miss Marple have quite a different feel, so this is an odd inclusion. Unusually for Agatha Christie, Endless Night has a single viewpoint character, who has a heavy presence in the novel as its narrator.

Michael Rogers is a working-class lad whose origins seem to be from a "poor but proud" family with a strong work ethic - which he does not share. He cheerfully admits that he cannot stick to anything. He is unsettled and lazy, having had a La Nuit Nen Finit Pas of jobs. He also appears to the reader to have a chip on his shoulder, and is quite a many-layered character.

Very early on in the story, we learn that he has fallen in La Nuit Nen Finit Pas with a painting of a house, and has idealised this in his mind to be a "perfect house" which he dreams of owning.

He also finds the perfect location for his house in a fictitious village called Kington Bishop, near the town of Market Chadwell. In one of his jobs he had worked for an architect, Rudolf Santonix, who has now become a friend. He imagines Santonix designing his perfect dream house, although he knows that acquiring it it is an impossibility. Santonix knows of Michael's strange fantasies and his passion for the imaginary house, "When I was in a fanciful mood I used to think that piece of land had laid a spell upon you.

You were a man in love with a house that you might never own, that you might never see, that might never even be built. The two fall in love This is better written than some of Agatha Christie's novels. The two main characters have far more depth, which the reader learns as the story develops.

Sometimes Agatha Christie piles on the characters in order to increase the complexity of the plot, and they inevitably come across as flat stock "types". She will describe their appearance, maybe name their job and a detail or two about their history and feel that she has done enough. She tells us about them. This novel is different, and far better than her average fare, as she reveals Mike and Ellie's characters through their experiences, as told by Mike.

Also, to some extent, the characters of Ellie's close companion, Greta Andersen, his mother, the lawyer and guardian "Uncle" Andrew Lippincott, and the terminally-ill architect Rudolf Santonix are more fully fleshed out than usual. But there are secondary characters - the step-mother Cora van Stuyvesant, a friend Claudia Hardcastle, a local bigwig "God" Major Phillpot, the local "witch" Esther Lee and others, who are more akin to Christie's usual cardboard cutouts.

The plot itself is satisfying with at least two neat twists near the end, to make the reader gasp. Agatha Christie's strength as a writer is based almost entirely on her ingenious plots. On publication, the newspaper "The Guardian" commented, "the crashing, not to say horrific suspense at the end is perhaps the most devastating that this surpriseful author has ever brought off.

A splendid late flowering. There are deliberate gothic overtones, with the cursed land of "Gipsy's Acre" and the old woman Mrs Lee, with her muttered premonitions of doom. The land is thought to be unlucky, because several accidents have taken place there, particularly on the dangerous curved road approaching the house. The talk of superstitious villagers, resentful gypsies, Mrs Lee, with her dire warnings, who, "Doesn't like the insides of houses.

Them as has got gipsy blood don't", the young couple never being happy, the threats against them and "their kind"the evil site which should never be built on; all these are themes which run throughout the story, unsettling the reader and underpinning the story with a feeling of threat.

It is all pure hokum, and the reader feels this is the author's deliberate intention, but it is entertaining and fun. I had met her. I'd seen her and she'd seen me. We'd come together.

A wonderful woman. I'd known the moment I saw her that I belonged to her, belonged to her absolutely and for always. I was hers. View all 17 comments. I am always sad when I think of this book. Dame Agatha was already in decline due to dementia when, in six short weeks, she La Nuit Nen Finit Pas this novel. It is the last true Christie novel in the sense that it demonstrates her strengths more clearly than her diminishing powers would ever allow again.

That is why I give it four stars. The story is unremarkable, and in lesser hands would be a tedious oft-told tale. But stop a moment when you feel your eyes start to roll and hold this thought: One of mystery I am always sad when I think of this book. But stop a moment when you feel your eyes start to roll and hold this thought: One of mystery fiction's greats like her work or not, she was indeed a great writer wrote this, her last lucid writing, before sliding down a slope we all hope we'll never see up close.

Join The Guardian's group read if you have never read this tale before. It is an experience best shared with fellow Agathans. And I watched the Marple version again View all 7 comments. Michael Rogers,a working class man,meets Ellie Guteman,a heiress. They get married,and live at Gypsy's Acre,a country house. There isn't any happily ever after for them. There is supposedly a curse at Gypsy's Acre.

And then,things go very wrong. The book gets bogged down in the middle,before working its way to a violent climax. This is a bit different compared to Christie's other books,but still pretty good. View 2 comments. Absolutely loved my re-read of this book!!! I've considered it my favorite Christie read for years now, but was long overdue for a re-read. Happy to report it's just as brilliant and chilling as I remember it. This is a chilling stand alone novel by Agatha Christie.

The story is narrated by the main character, Micheal Rogers, a young man with grandeur ideas but with no obvious means of attaining it. He is fascinated with Gipsy's Acre - a plot of land in rural England that is said to be cursed by the Gypsies who once lived there and who were driven away.

While walking around the property that has come up for sale, he meets This is a chilling stand alone novel by Agatha Christie. While walking around the property that has come up for sale, he meets an attractive young American woman, Ellie. A whirlwind of romance results in him marrying the very lovely and the rich heiress to a fabulous fortune.

They hired an architect to build their dream house at Gipsy's Acre. But the land is cursed and soon a chain of tragedies struck the newlyweds like a very black cloud. I quite enjoyed the inner monologue and the first person narration and about halfway through I was held in the grip of the most uneasy sense of creepiness that started colouring the story.

There were points in the book where I actually looked over La Nuit Nen Finit Pas shoulder. The suspense, character development and smattering of clues that only made sense as such at the end all make for a superb, edge of your seat portrayal of the inner workings of a mind gone horribly wrong.

If you enjoy character development over plot happenings, glimpsing into a personality driven by darkness and a book that will have you thinking about it days after you've finished, then this is the novel for you. Most of Agatha Christie 's books can best be described as cracking thrillers.

But Endless Night almost has the feel of a ghost story or a horror tale. A psychological thriller like I never expected. View 1 comment. This novel is quite different from any other work of Agatha Christie. The beginning is slow and the reader has to make too much effort to stay glued. It becomes increasingly difficult till first half of the novel to make sense of what is happening.

Then Christie's brilliance kicks in. The last few pages are the best that I have ever read in any of Christie's novels. Recommended to jade by: Shannon. Shelves: murder-mysteries. View all 10 comments. The love triangle situation reminded me of the one in "Death on the Nile" and the whole unreliable narrator thing was so similar to "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd".

The last fifth of Endless Night was really good! The other fifths? Not so good. This novel reads like a gothic romance horror soap opera Only the gothic horror isn't particularly scary. Hell, it's not really even spooky. Soap Opera though? Yeah, I'm feeling that! Here's the deal. This lacks the razor-sharp writing of Agatha Christie's earlier work, where a premium was placed on word economy.

It meanders. For instance, the narrator is very chatty. D The last fifth of Endless Night was really good! Dialogues contain unnecessary exchanges. Sort of like You see, in her day, the dime store novel was all about the poor-girl-meets-rich-guy love story.

It feels like Endless Night is trying to turn that on its head. That would be great! And perhaps that was the intent, but the publication date puts this past the point where this idea would've been cutting edge. My other theory was that Christie was trying to get with the times and create more meaningful characterization.

Let's face it, some of her early mysteries are almost entirely plot-driven and have little room for character development.

Endless Night certainly spends a lot of time in the mind of the narrator. However, I'm not sold that this was her intent. I suppose what it comes down to is, Endless Night is Christie's attempt at a psychological thriller and it didn't quite work. Sep 06, Vanessa J. Every morn and every night, Some are born to sweet delight. Every morn and every night, Some are born to endless night. When people mention Agatha Christie to me, I always think about a woman writing murder mysteries. You know those: Someone is killed and another someone wants to figure out who's the responsible for that death.

Getting into gothic passages, though, is not something I imagined her to do. H Every morn and every night, Some are born to sweet delight. He's a man who would - let's say, now that I'm rereading Harry Potter - belong to Slytherin: He's cunning and with an ambition greater than a whale.

People have always thought he's a man who will never settle down, marry a girl and build his own life. That's when he meets Ellie, decides to marry her in secret, and starts his life in Gipsy's Acre, a place the villagers are afraid of because of urban legends that say it's cursed. But of course, our charming protagonist does not believe in the legends, and too late does he realise the warnings people gave to his wife were real.

That's when Agatha Christie fooled me. She fooled me again like an idiot. Nothing could have prevented me for falling into her trap. I guess the only piece of advice I could give you without ruining the book is: Don't believe everything your senses tell you, and when I say "senses" I mean eyes, ears, nose, hands and everything. You are only to be deceived if you trust them. That said, I have to praise Christie for being able to make me like a character I would usually hate.

You see, Mike is very charming. I loved him ever since he started to tell the story. Oh, but that's not what would have made me hate him. What I didn't like was that he's the kind of person who likes to get things the easy, lazy way.

That's something I really despise. Yet I loved being inside his head. I also loved the way she portrayed the rest of the characters - all through Mike's thoughts and feelings.

She made my mind give a complete twist, making me hate certain characters I probably should have paid more attention to, and making me be suspicious of others who weren't even important part in the plot or so I thought.

That's just the way it was with the other work I've read by her, in which I was fooled too, though I didn't feel as stupid as I did when I reached the end of the book. The more idiotic you feel, the better the book is, and in this case, I can say I am like: Which is to say, I wholehertedly recommend this book. Now leave me alone because I still feel terribly ashamed of myself. I bet Christie would be laughing!

How she has mocked me View all 13 comments. I loved it very much! I read this book in just one sitting. View all 5 comments. I suppose it happens to everyone sooner or later and it happens suddenly. I belong to her, utterly, for always. I never dreamed it would be like that. However, it is easily one of her best.

The narrator describes this story as a love story but it is clear from the outset - and obviously knowing that it is an AC story - that not all is well and that there are powers conspiring against the main characters. It is for the reader to follow the narrator into the story of Gipsy's Acre, his story. I'm not going to give anything away here but just want to say that this book had me hooked and led me down the garden path right until the very end. And for someone who is quick to describe Dame Agatha's mysteries as formulaic, this is not easy to admit.

Well, ok, it is. I enjoyed every minute of being mislead by this story. It sounds all right— but what does it really mean? It was almost a little too obvious where I was hoping for some other twist to really catch me by surprise, but unfortunately this was not the case. Again, this is no fault of hers and I nonetheless did enjoy it overall! Find me on Booktube! But I have to say that I really did not enjoy this story nearly as much as I hoped I would.

The story is told by Michael, a young man with little money and big expectations who marries Ellie an innocent young rich girl. The story surrounds 'Gipsy Acre', a large house and plot of land in the English 2. The story surrounds 'Gipsy Acre', a large house and plot of land in the English countryside which is supposedly under a Gypsy curse.

Well of course this young married couple buy the land and build their dream house. So why was I disappointed? Well the story was slow, the actual crime doesn't take place until page of a Page book I was so shocked I actually took a mental note of the page number. The majority of the book is the courtship of Michael and Ellie and their family matters with the occasional crazy gypsy lady appearing to warn them of the curse and to tell Ellie that she predicted bad things.

I have to say by about page I was pretty much begging the gypsy lady or anybody really to DO something, but I persevered as I know that Agatha Christie is famous for her twists and turns. Finally as I say a crime is finally committed and the rest of the book is actually pretty good.

It is written with Christie's usual level of suspense and wrong turns so it gives plenty of opportunity for guessing and thinking. He's a man who would - let's say, now that I'm rereading Harry Potter - belong to Slytherin: He's cunning and with an ambition greater than a whale.

People have always thought he's a man who will never settle down, marry a girl and build his own life. That's when he meets Ellie, decides to marry her in secret, and starts his life in Gipsy's Acre, a place the villagers are afraid of because of urban legends that say it's cursed. But of course, our charming protagonist does not believe in the legends, and too late does he realise the warnings people gave to his wife were real.

That's when Agatha Christie fooled me. She fooled me again like an idiot. Nothing could have prevented me for falling into her trap. I guess the only piece of advice I could give you without ruining the book is: Don't believe everything your senses tell you, and when I say "senses" I mean eyes, ears, nose, hands and everything. You are only to be deceived if you trust them. That said, I have to praise Christie for being able to make me like a character I would usually hate.

You see, Mike is very charming. I loved him ever since he started to tell the story. Oh, but that's not what would have made me hate him. What I didn't like was that he's the kind of person who likes to get things the easy, lazy way.

That's something I really despise. Yet I loved being inside his head. I also loved the way she portrayed the rest of the characters - all through Mike's thoughts and feelings. She made my mind give a complete twist, making me hate certain characters I probably should have paid more attention to, and making me be suspicious of others who weren't even important part in the plot or so I thought.

That's just the way it was with the other work I've read by her, in which I was fooled too, though I didn't feel as stupid as I did when I reached the end of the book. The more idiotic you feel, the better the book is, and in this case, I can say I am like: Which is to say, I wholehertedly recommend this book. Now leave me alone because I still feel terribly ashamed of myself. I bet Christie would be laughing! How she has mocked me View all 13 comments. I loved it very much!

I read this book in just one sitting. View all 5 comments. I suppose it happens to everyone sooner or later and it happens suddenly. I belong to her, utterly, for always. I never dreamed it would be like that. However, it is easily one of her best. The narrator describes this story as a love story but it is clear from the outset - and obviously knowing that it is an AC story - that not all is well and that there are powers conspiring against the main characters.

It is for the reader to follow the narrator into the story of Gipsy's Acre, his story. I'm not going to give anything away here but just want to say that this book had me hooked and led me down the garden path right until the very end. And for someone who is quick to describe Dame Agatha's mysteries as formulaic, this is not easy to admit.

Well, ok, it is. I enjoyed every minute of being mislead by this story. It sounds all right— but what does it really mean? It was almost a little too obvious where I was hoping for some other twist to really catch me by surprise, but unfortunately this was not the case. Again, this is no fault of hers and I nonetheless did enjoy it overall! Find me on Booktube! But I have to say that I really did not enjoy this story nearly as much as I hoped I would.

The story is told by Michael, a young man with little money and big expectations who marries Ellie an innocent young rich girl. The story surrounds 'Gipsy Acre', a large house and plot of land in the English 2. The story surrounds 'Gipsy Acre', a large house and plot of land in the English countryside which is supposedly under a Gypsy curse.

Well of course this young married couple buy the land and build their dream house. So why was I disappointed? Well the story was slow, the actual crime doesn't take place until page of a Page book I was so shocked I actually took a mental note of the page number.

The majority of the book is the courtship of Michael and Ellie and their family matters with the occasional crazy gypsy lady appearing to warn them of the curse and to tell Ellie that she predicted bad things. I have to say by about page I was pretty much begging the gypsy lady or anybody really to DO something, but I persevered as I know that Agatha Christie is famous for her twists and turns.

Finally as I say a crime is finally committed and the rest of the book is actually pretty good. It is written with Christie's usual level of suspense and wrong turns so it gives plenty of opportunity for guessing and thinking.

I have to say that although I didn't like the story much, I loved the writing. The imagery was brilliant, and I could envision the setting perfectly. The characters were well written and their characters were easily definable although you do have pages to sort this out. As I said before I love Agatha Christie's work and will not let this little disappointment stop me from reading more of her books. I just wish that this story had a little more opportunity for thinking, I do like to exercise 'The little grey cells'.

Choose Your Own Adventure! You: know a place! Where the grass is really greener! Warm, wet, and wild There must be something in the water! You: could travel the world! View all 6 comments. One of Agatha Christie's later mysteries published inEndless Night is also one of her best. The twist at the end is brilliant. I have read it three times. The first time I read it, at least 12 years ago, she really fooled me, though when I reread it much later, I could see that the clues are all there if you can put them together right.

This time I listened to the audiobook, with Hugh Fraser's excellent narration. Dec 10, F. Well, this is an interesting little oddity. Here is a narrator who is just so un-Christie. The tone is very un-Christie too, and Michael Roberts — the narr Well, this is an interesting little oddity.

Michael Roberts — a sometimes chauffer, waiter and bouncer — meets a young American heiress, one of the richest women in the world, and the two fall in love.

My favourite Christie novel in the non- Poirot non- Ms. Marple category. At it's very core, Endless Night is a beautiful and sad love story. It is so much different from Christie's other works. Brilliant and sad. Enjoyed every moment of reading this great book. This is a stand -alone novel by Agatha Christie and is one that I had not read before. I have to admit that Christie is undoubtedly my favourite author of all time and, whether re-visiting favourite characters such as Poirot, or coming to one of her books for the first time, it always feels as though you are reading something familiar.

In fact, immersing yourself in a Christie novel is rather like slipping into a warm pool and being taken effortlessly on a journey — she is the most capable plott This is a stand -alone novel by Agatha Christie and is one that I had not read before. In fact, immersing yourself in a Christie novel is rather like slipping into a warm pool and being taken effortlessly on a journey — she is the most capable plotter and absolutely joyous to read.

Michael had the area in mind for the house of his dreams, but does not have the means to build or buy it. From the beginning, you feel that something terrible will happen and this is a dark novel, with many plot twists and turns and a surprising ending.

I am delighted that I finally got around to reading it and that, as always, Agatha Christie did not disappoint. View all 8 comments. Had I never read Agatha Christie's other works, I might well be giving Endless Night 5 stars--genuinely creepy atmosphere, a challenging narrative voice for her to carry off that of a young working-class manand a breathtaking twist at the end Well, in my case, the trouble is that she's done the best elements of this novel before, and done them better earlier in her long career.

She's taken one of her all-time most brilliant and shocking ideas from The Murder of Roger Ac Had I never read Agatha Christie's other works, I might well be giving Endless Night 5 stars--genuinely creepy atmosphere, a challenging narrative voice for her to carry off that of a young working-class manand a breathtaking twist at the end I know that Dame Agatha could not have expected her readers in to have a novel she wrote 40 years earlier AND one of her lesser-known short stories clearly in mind while reading Endless Night.

She liked to take an idea and try it from different angles, and certainly she does a fine job of building suspense here. It's just that some ideas are too iconic to ever re-use, and she was her own toughest competition.

So although this novel is actually quite strong when taken by itself, I cannot help but see it as derivative. Recommended to Tina Rae by: Morgan. Shelves: everyone-should-readfavorites. This book was amazing!!!!! It was definitely Agatha Christie at her best. The ending was completely shocking. I never would've guessed it. Complete and total genius! I knew this story was not going to have a happy ending. It had miserable wooden characters in an intriguing situation: poor man marries rich woman to live on cursed land.

The man was a scoundrel and the author did little to persuade the reader why the woman fell for him. The first two thirds dragged like a painter haphazardly slapping paint on a canvas.

The story became interesting in the last third as a fuzzy picture came to emerge of what had been going on. The characters were unlikeable; the I knew this story was not going to have a happy ending.

The characters were unlikeable; the plot preposterous. Absolutely brilliant. A stand alone novel that is more psychological study than mystery. This is one of Agatha Christie's favorites and I can see why. What starts out as a sort of analysis of class dynamics and the psychology of privilege turns into a very chilling exploration of madness.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Well I think I just hit a new personal record. I needed to re-read this. Every bit as horrifically devastating as the first read. Yet I'm all the more horrified that I found myself to still have a teeny tiny crush on our horrid narrator. Poor Ellie. A lot of women killed one after another. The first pages were boring Not bad, but not so good either. I like how well shaped the characters are and the dialogues are topnotch!

Ihave a soft spot for good dialogues. But the mystery itself is the weakest part of this story. I feel cheated. Nevertheless, Agatha Christie was an amazing writer and I definitely want to read her other books.

Read for The Century Project - Full review on my blog here. Way short. I probably should've given it a rest before picking up another Agatha Christie, but I was very excited and keen to immerse myself in another mystery. Sadly, this one didn't do it for me, and although it was an easy read and I finished it relatively quickly, I was not interested in what was happening and could not involve myself in any of the events taking place - which I must say, were little t Unfortunately, after coming off the high of And Then There Were None, this book fell short.

Sadly, this one didn't do it for me, and although it was an easy read and I finished it relatively quickly, I was not interested in what was happening and could not involve myself in any of the events taking place - which I must say, were little to close to none. The plot was too simple to the point of - dare I say - being quite dull, the characters were very off putting, cold and detached, especially the narrator whom I found to be quite annoying.

The story was evolving quite slowly, and nothing really happened until way more than halfway through the book. I admit, I did not see the end coming, and it was a great twist to an otherwise tedious story, but it wasn't enough for me to give it a higher rating. When a young man falls in love with a rich woman, with seemingly no ulterior motives, they quickly get married and build a house on what is known to be cursed Gypsy land. This rich woman is conveyed as weak and lonely with no friends except for one.

Her confidante, her partner, her best friend, whom she invites over to stay with them and whom her husband seems to not get along with at all. As we are taken on a journey of their monotonous life of rich relatives and friendly neighbors, I sat there waiting for something When it did, it felt like a little too late.

View all 3 comments. Readers also enjoyed. About Agatha Christie. Agatha Christie. Agatha Christie also wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacottand was occasionally published under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan.

Agatha Christie is the best-selling author of all time. She wrote 66 crime novels and story collections, fourteen plays, and six novels under a pseudonym in Romance. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and a billion in t Agatha Christie also wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacottand was occasionally published under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan.

Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and a billion in translation. According to Index Translationum, she remains the most-translated individual author, having been translated into at least languages.

She is the creator of two of the most enduring figures in crime literature-Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple-and author of The Mousetrapthe longest-running play in the history of modern theatre. The Millers had two other children: Margaret Frary Miller —called Madge, who was eleven years Agatha's senior, and Louis Montant Miller —called Monty, ten years older than Agatha.

Before marrying and starting a family in London, she had served in a Devon hospital during the First World War, tending to troops coming back from the trenches. During the First World War, she worked at a hospital as a nurse; later working at a hospital pharmacy, a job that influenced her work, as many of the murders in her books are carried out with poison.

During the Second World War, she worked as a pharmacy assistant at University College Hospital, London, acquiring a good knowledge of poisons which feature in many of her novels. Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Stylescame out in During her first marriage, Agatha published six novels, a collection of short stories, and a number of short stories in magazines. In lateAgatha's husband, Archie, revealed that he was in love with another woman, Nancy Neele, and wanted a divorce.

On 8 December the couple quarreled, and Archie Christie left their house, Styles, in Sunningdale, Berkshire, to spend the weekend with his mistress at Godalming, Surrey. That same evening Agatha disappeared from her home, leaving behind a letter for her secretary saying that she was going to Yorkshire. Her disappearance caused an outcry from the public, many of whom were admirers of her novels.

Despite a massive manhunt, she was not found for eleven days. InChristie married archaeologist Max Mallowan Sir Max from after joining him in an archaeological dig. Their marriage was especially happy in the early years and remained so until Christie's death in Christie frequently used familiar settings for her stories.

Christie's travels with Mallowan contributed background to several of her novels set in the Middle East. The hotel maintains Christie's room as a memorial to the author. The Greenway Estate in Devon, acquired by the couple as a summer residence inis now in the care of the National Trust. She based at least two of her stories on the hall: the short story The Adventure of the Christmas Puddingand the novel After the Funeral.

Abney Hall became Agatha's greatest inspiration for country-house life, with all the servants and grandeur which have been woven into her plots. The next year, she became the President of the Detection Club. Wikipedia entry for Agatha Christie Books by Agatha Christie. Related Articles. Just get people to stop reading them. Read more Trivia About Endless Night.

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    17 Et la nuit me parait si longue, si longue, si longue. 18 Vouloir parfois entendre un bruit de pas 19 Quelqu’un qui vient 20 N’écoutez pas et puis c’est le silence 21 La nuit ne finira donc pas 22 La lune est bleue, il y a des jardins 23 Des amoureux qui s’en vont main dans la main 24 Et moi je suis là 25 A pleurer sans savoir pourquoi.
  6. Dibar   Goran
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  8. Gardagul   Shaktihn
    La nuit ne finira donc pas La lune est bleue, il y a des jardins Des amoureux qui s'en vont main dans la main Et moi je suis là A pleurer sans savoir pourquoi A tourner comme une âme en peine Oui, seule avec moi-même A désirer quelqu'un que j'aime pas cette nuit, pas .

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