Audiobooks by Agatha Christie

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The Grand Tour: Letters from the British Empire Expedition 1922 Audiobook

The Grand Tour: Letters from the British Empire Expedition 1922

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Fenella Woolgar Release Date: June 2022

Unpublished for 90 years, Agatha Christie’s extensive and evocative letters from her year-long round-the-world trip to South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and America as part of the British trade mission for the famous 1924 Empire Exhibition. In 1922 Agatha Christie set sail on a 10-month voyage around the British Empire with her husband as part of a trade mission to promote the forthcoming British Empire Exhibition. Leaving her two-year-old daughter behind with her sister, Agatha set sail at the end of January and did not return until December, but she kept up a detailed weekly correspondence with her mother, describing in detail the exotic places and people she encountered as the mission travelled through South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and Canada. The extensive and previously unpublished letters are accompanied by some of the original letters and memorabilia collected by Agatha on her trip. Edited and introduced by Agatha Christie’s grandson, Matthew Prichard, this unique travelogue reveals a new side to Agatha Christie, demonstrating how her appetite for exotic plots and locations for her books began with this eye-opening trip, which took place just after only her second novel had been published (the first leg of the tour to South Africa is very clearly the inspiration for the book she wrote immediately afterwards, The Man in the Brown Suit). The letters are full of tales of seasickness and sunburn, motor trips and surf boarding, and encounters with welcoming locals and overbearing Colonials. The Grand Tour is a book steeped in history, sure to fascinate anyone interested in the lost world of the 1920s. Coming from the pen of Britain’s biggest literary export and the world’s most widely translated author, it is also a fitting tribute to Agatha Christie and is sure to fascinate her legions of worldwide fans.

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The Secret Adversary Audiobook

The Secret Adversary

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Gabrielle De Cuir, Paul Boehmer, Stefan Rudnicki Release Date: June 2022

Two young adventurers for hire. Willing to do anything, go anywhere. Pay must be good. No unreasonable offer refused. Tommy Beresford and Prudence “Tuppence” Cowley are young, in love … and flat broke. Restless for excitement and facing a shortage of job opportunities in postwar London, they decide to embark on a daring business scheme: Young Adventurers Ltd.—“willing to do anything, go anywhere.” But they get more than they bargained for when their first assignment leads them into a series of increasingly dangerous situations involving international spies, a society beauty, a Russian count, the wreck of the RMS Lusitania, an amnesia patient, an American millionaire, and a fiendishly clever archcriminal known only as “Mr. Brown.” Dame Agatha Christie’s second novel is the first in a series that spanned her career as a writer, and she has said that the Tommy and Tuppence mysteries were the stories she enjoyed writing the most. With a special, dramatized reading by Gabrielle de Cuir and Paul Boehmer, and featuring Stefan Rudnicki as “Carter,” you will soon see why!

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Poirot Investigates: His Early Cases Audiobook

Poirot Investigates: His Early Cases

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: John Rayburn Release Date: May 2022

You will soon discover that Captain Arthur Hastings is on hand to relate confirming details of case after case. Hastings was an ongoing friend and adventure companion of the often exuberant Belgian investigator who once proudly proclaimed, “I am the greatest detective in the world.” In the tales related by Hastings, we soon discover the supremely confident little man lived up to his apparent braggadocio. His statement was rarely, if ever, challenged. Anyone taking umbrage to the proud claim was soon to back off and accept it. The expressed personal opinion was plain enough, nothing other than unvarnished fact. Even with some misgivings, Hastings had to admit his compatriot always managed to stand upright no matter how implicit demands for retraction or truth might be. Listen now to discern the facts as Hastings begins the narrative.

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The Murder on the Links: A Hercule Poirot Mystery Audiobook

The Murder on the Links: A Hercule Poirot Mystery

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: John Rayburn Release Date: April 2022

The detective story was more or less invented by Edgar Allen Poe, but he more or less lost interest with the genre and moved on, with the next leading practitioner being Arthur Conan Doyle with his Sherlock Holmes tales. It was about thirty-three years before Agatha Christie entered the detective mystery field, and she wound up becoming one of the most well-known English authors of the twentieth century. Her success was so extraordinary she became the bestselling novelist of all time, with only the Bible and Shakespeare exceeding her sales. Her accomplishments often came in unusual fashion, as she would be walking down a street and a plot idea would come to her. All this had begun when she had a poem published in a local London newspaper when she was only four years old. Remarkable, yes, but the extremely early beginning led to her tremendous success. She finally created a play, The Mousetrap, that began in 1952 and had more than 27,000 performances before being finally halted in mid-March, 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic. For now, let’s listen to one of her creations for the infamous Belgian detective/investigator Hercule Poirot. You can rest assured we’ll find out “whodunnit.”

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A Deadly Affair: Unexpected Love Stories from the Queen of Crime Audiobook

A Deadly Affair: Unexpected Love Stories from the Queen of Crime

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Joan Hickson Release Date: March 2022

By the legendary Queen of Crime, this all-new collection of stories about love gone wrong will get your heart racing. Love can propel us to our greatest heights…and darkest depths. In this new collection of Agatha Christie short stories, witness the dark side of love – crimes of passion, games of the heart, and deadly affairs. This pulse-pounding compendium features beloved detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, master of charades Parker Pyne, the enigmatic Harley Quin, and the adventurous Tommy and Tuppence, all on the ready to solve a tantalising mystery. INCLUDES THE STORIES: • The King of Clubs • The Face of Helen • A Death on the Nile • Death by Drowning • The Double Clue • Finessing the King • A Fruitful Sunday • Wasps’ Nest • The Case of the Caretaker • The Man in the Mist • The Case of the Rich Woman • Magnolia Blossom • The Love Detectives

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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Audiobook

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Bill Jacobson Release Date: January 2022

A retired private detective, a murder, and blackmail; one small town is shaken as the truth unfolds. A man, stabbed to death in his study with a weapon from his collection. A mysterious phone call the caller denies making. A widow facing blackmail following her husband’s death. Something is happening in King's Abbot, England; there’s a murderer afoot. Hercule Poirot, a retired private detective, agrees to come out of retirement and pursue the case. Who killed Ackroyd? Clues turn up, secrets unfold, and a twisted tale reveals itself. No one can be trusted when everyone is a suspect. Can Poirot learn the truth and find a killer before they kill again? Or will the layers of this case bury him in a landslide? With a twist ending you won’t see coming, this mystery will keep you turning pages until the very end! Scroll up and buy your copy now!

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The Secret of Chimneys Audiobook

The Secret of Chimneys

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Dan Lee Release Date: January 2022

'Political intrigue, lost treasures, and a deadly dinner party – The Secret of Chimneys has all the essentials of a classic murder mystery tale, from the master of the genre, Agatha Christie. Anthony Cade thinks he is signing up for an innocuous task – to deliver his friend’s memoir to a publisher, and to deliver letters to their original sender, Virginia Revel. But what begins as a simple courier task quickly transforms into mystery, as the letters and manuscript are sought after by an international thief. When the thief attempts to blackmail Virginia, he is met with an untimely demise – an event that sets off a string of murders and intrigue as all of the book’s players convene at Chimneys – a grand estate – for a house party. Cade and his companions will have to find the murderer, discover lost treasure at the estate, and somehow navigate the politics of restoring a monarchy in Herzeslovokia to power. Who will survive to tell the story of the fateful dinner party at Chimneys? Will the treasure be found? Who is the rightful heir to the foreign throne? All of these mysteries unravel in thrilling ways that will leave listeners guessing until the last minute. Told with Christie’s signature wit, plot twists, and dynamic characters, The Secret of Chimneys is a complex and thrilling journey that any mystery lover will enjoy. '

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A Christmas Tragedy: A Miss Marple Short Story Audiobook

A Christmas Tragedy: A Miss Marple Short Story

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Joan Hickson Release Date: December 2021

A classic Agatha Christie short story, available individually for the first time on audio. Whilst dining at the Bantrys, Miss Marple is asked to tell a murder mystery. She recounts the time she could tell from a man’s behaviour that he was planning to kill his wife. But at the time of the murder he had a perfect alibi…

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Murder in the Mews: A Hercule Poirot Short Story Audiobook

Murder in the Mews: A Hercule Poirot Short Story

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Nigel Hawthorne Release Date: November 2021

A classic Agatha Christie short story, available individually for the first time on audio. Inspector Japp summons Poirot to a London house where Guy Fawkes’ Night fireworks appear to have drowned out the noise of a young widow shooting herself through her left temple. But the pistol is in her right hand and the police are convinced that this must be a case of murder…

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The Murder on the Links Audiobook

The Murder on the Links

Author: Agatha Christie, Kate Mcall Narrator: Adhir Kalyan, Alfred Molina, Simon Helberg Release Date: October 2021

An L.A. Theatre Works commissioned adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie “whodunit.” Adapted from the novel by Kate McAll. In Christie’s clever and beautifully crafted tale, Detective Hercule Poirot receives an urgent letter from Paul Renauld summoning him to France. Upon their arrival, Poirot and his companion, Arthur Hastings, find they are too late. Plus, to complicate things further, certain facts just don’t add up. Original Music by John Biddle. Recorded at The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood, in April 2021. Director: Anna Lyse Erikson Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg An L.A. Theatre Works Full-Cast Performance Featuring: Edita Brychta as Madame Renauld and Francoise Kevin Daniels as Detective Giraud Anna Lyse Erikson as Leonie Simon Helberg as Captain Hastings Adhir Kalyan as Jack Renauld Alfred Molina as Hercule Poirot Darren Richardson as Sergeant, Doctor, and others Jocelyn Towne as Cinderella and Marthe Daubreuil Joanne Whalley as Madame Daubreuil Matthew Wolf as Monsieur Hautet Senior Producer: Anna Lyse Erikson Prepared for Audio by: Mark Holden Sound Designers: Andrea Allmond, Charles Carroll Recording Engineer: Neil Wogensen Editor and Mixer: Charles Carroll for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood Senior Radio Producer: Ronn Lipkin Foley Artist: Jeff Gardner

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Triangle at Rhodes: A Hercule Poirot Short Story Audiobook

Triangle at Rhodes: A Hercule Poirot Short Story

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: Hugh Fraser Release Date: October 2021

A classic Agatha Christie short story, available individually for the first time on audio. This electric short story begins in October on the island of Rhodes, a veritable paradise of privacy, beauty and calm, or so Hercule Poirot has imagined. The reality is quite startlingly different. The idyll is disturbed by the arrival of famed Chanel beauty Valentine Chantry and a ripple of malice is felt across the island. Captivated by her wiles and immaculate good looks one young married man falters, closely watched by Valentine’s brooding husband and the watchful eye of Poirot. Amidst the heady pink gins and close quarters Poirot senses that someone has murder in their heart, and he guesses right…

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The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb: A Hercule Poirot Short Story Audiobook

The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb: A Hercule Poirot Short Story

Author: Agatha Christie Narrator: David Suchet Release Date: September 2021

A classic Agatha Christie short story, available individually for the first time on audio. One by one the men who discovered and opened the tomb of King Men-He-Rah are beginning to die. Superstition spreads that they have been cursed by the dead king. Poirot is asked to investigate the supernatural deaths by a concerned mother. Hastings is left bewildered when Poirot asserts his belief in the supernatural…

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