Agatha Christie

Poirot's Early Cases

1974-09

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Author
Agatha Christie
Date
1974-09 First published
Publication Location UK
Genre
Language English
Notes Poirot's Early Cases is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by Collins Crime Club in September 1974. Although the stories contained within the volume had all appeared in previous US collections, the book also appeared there later in 1974 under the title of Hercule Poirot's Early Cases. The stories feature Hercule Poirot

• "The Affair at the Victory Ball" - first published in The Sketch, 7 March 1923
• "The Adventure of the Clapham Cook" - first published in The Sketch, 14 November 1923
• "The Cornish Mystery" - first published in The Sketch, 28 November 1923
• "The Adventure of Johnnie Waverly" - first published under the title "The Kidnapping of Johnny Waverly" in The Sketch, 10 October 1923
• "The Double Clue" - first published in The Sketch, 5 December 1923
• "The King of Clubs" - first published under the title "The Adventure of the King of Clubs" in The Sketch, 21 March 1923
• "The Lemesurier Inheritance" - first published in The Sketch, 18 December 1923
• "The Lost Mine" - first published The Sketch, 21 November 1923
• "The Plymouth Express" - first published under the title "The Mystery of the Plymouth Express" in The Sketch, 4 April 1923
• "The Chocolate Box" - first published under the title "The Clue of the Chocolate Box" in The Sketch, 23 May 1923
• "The Submarine Plans" - first published in The Sketch magazine on 7 November 1923
• "The Third Floor Flat" - first published in Hutchinson's Adventure & Mystery Story Magazine, January 1929
• "Double Sin" - first published in Sunday Dispatch, 23 September 1928
• "The Market Basing Mystery" - first published in The Sketch, 17 October 1923
• "Wasps' Nest" - first published in the Daily Mail, 20 November 1928
• "The Veiled Lady" - first published under the title "The Case of the Veiled Lady" in The Sketch, 3 October 1923
• "Problem at Sea" - first published under the title "Poirot and the Crime in Cabin 66" in The Strand, February 1936
• "How Does Your Garden Grow?" - first published in The Strand, August 1935

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