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Harper Agatha Christie Signature Edition First published in Great Britain by Collins in The tranquillity of a cruise along the Nile is shattered by the discovery that Linnet Ridgeway has been shot through the head. She was young, stylish and beautiful, a girl who had everything … until she lost her voves. Hercule Poirot recalled an earlier outburst by a fellow passenger: More about this story: Agatha Christie drew inspiration for coom novel from her travels in Egypt, picking up geographically and historical details throughout her time there.

When Agatha Christie adapted the story into a play, she zgatha Hercule Chhristie from the script as she felt that he drew too much attention on stage. Later on in the same year the show opened on Broadway, and in a live television broadcast of the US play took place as part of the Kraft Television Theatre.

In Death on the Nile was adapted from the original story line into a successful feature film starring Peter Ustinov in his first role as Hercule Poirot.

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John Moffatt played Poirot in the first radio adaptation based on the book in which was broadcast as a five-part serial. In Novemberit was announced that 20th Century Fox put into development Death on the Nile as a sequel to their version of Murder on the Orient Express. Michael Green was announced as penning the script and Kenneth Branagh was expected to return as Poirot and as director.

Death on the Nile is in all likelihood one of the best and most famous Agatha Christie novels, owing in a great extent to an excellent film adaptation. Maybe for this reason it may not be necessary to include here a brief summary of the plot. Suffice it to say that the action takes place in the late thirties, during a cruise on the Nile, where a young couple newly married are enjoying their honeymoon. The tranquillity of their journey is frustrated by the unexpected presence of an old girlfriend of the groom, who had also been before a close friend to the bride.


And now she is determined to harass them. One night, after heavy drinking, she shoots her former boyfriend in a leg. But the next morning, the bride is found murdered in her cabin.

However the murderer, he or she, had not count with the presence of Hercule Poirot on board. In my view the story di,e brilliant, it is perfectly constructed and the denouement is extremely satisfactory on all counts.

I have particularly enjoyed the simplicity of the plot and its sense of time and place. Certainly a masterpiece and a highly satisfactory read. The youngest of three siblings, she was educated at home by her mother, who encouraged her daughter to write. As a child, Christie enjoyed fantasy play and creating characters, and, when she was 16, moved to Paris for a time to study vocals and piano. She dealt with tumult that same year, however, as her mother died and her husband revealed that he was in a relationship with another woman.

Christie would recover, with her and Archibald divorcing in Inshe christid archaeology professor Max Mallowan, with whom she travelled on several expeditions, later recounting her trips in the memoir Come, Tell Me How You Live. The year of her new nuptials also saw the release of Murder sime the Vicaragewhich became another classic and introduced readers to Miss Jane Marple.

Writing well into her vej years, Christie wrote more than 70 detective novels as well as short fiction. Christie was a renowned playwright as well, with works like The Hollow and Verdict Her play The Mousetrap opened in at the Ambassador Theatre and—at more than 8, showings during 21 agatua the record for the longest unbroken run in a London theatre.

Christie was made a dame in xime Inshe made her last public appearance for the opening night of the play version of Murder on the Orient Express. Christie died on 12 January, Harper Collins UK publicity page. Harper Collins US publicity page. Agatha Christie Official Website.


Review: Death on the Nile, (Hercule Poirot #15) by Agatha Christie – A Crime is Afoot

Linnet Doyle lo tiene todo: Pero, tras esta aparente plenitud, muchos peligros la acechan: He disfrutado particularmente la simplicidad de la trama y su sentido del tiempo y el lugar. Sin duda una obra maestra y una lectura tremendamente satisfactoria.

I have very fond feelings about this one, perhaps because of that movie adaptation and the excellent radio play. It has been a while since I read it though so I will need to find vivfs time to reread it before the next movie cmoo out!

What a remarkable woman with an interesting life! Happy Christmas to you and yours, Jose Ignacio, and best wishes for Death on the Nile has always been one of my favourite Christie books, so I enjoyed your review very much. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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