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« on: March 30, 2023, 11:00:21 am »

Agatha Miller was born in Torquay in 1890. She left us sixty-six detective novels using the pen-name Christie, as well as a further six novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott.

Her book The Murder of Roger Ackroyd appeared in 1926, and has twenty-seven chapters:

1)   Dr. Sheppard at the Breakfast Table    

2)   Who’s Who in King’s Abbot    

3)   The Man who grew Vegetable Marrows    

4)   Dinner at Fernly    

5)   Murder    

6)   The Tunisian Dagger    

7)   I Learn my Neighbour's Profession    

8)   Inspector Raglan is Confident    

9)   The Goldfish Pond    

10)   The Parlourmaid    

11)   Poirot Pays a Call    

12)    Round the Table    

13)    The Goose Quill    

14)   Mrs. Ackroyd    

15)   Geoffrey Raymond    

16)   An Evening at Mah Jong    

17)   Parker    

18)   Charles Kent    

19)   Flora Ackroyd    

20)   Miss Russell    

21)   The Paragraph in the Paper    

22)   Ursula’s Story    

23)   Poirot's Little Reunion    

24)   Ralph Paton’s Story    

25)    The Whole Truth

26)   And Nothing but the Truth    

27)   Apologia
    

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