Crime never pays - Agatha Christie et al.

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Crime never pays - Agatha Christie et al.

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Crime never pays
Agatha Christie, Graham Greene, Ruth Rendell, Angela Noel, Dorothy L. Sayers, Margery Allingham, Sir Aryhur Conan Doyle and Patricia Highsmith.

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Oxford University Press
1993
9780194226936


Murder: the unlawful, intentional killing of a human being - a terrible crime. But murder stories are always fascinating. Who did it? And how? Or why? And was it murder, or just an unfortunate accident? Who will triumph, the murderer or the detective? This collection contains a wide range of murder stories, from the astute detection of the famous Sherlock Holmes, to the chilling psychology of Ruth Rendell. This collection contains stories by Agatha Christie, Ruth Rendell, Graham Greene, Angela Noel, Dorothy L. Sayers, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Margery Allingham, and Patricia Highsmith.


A selection of short stories in the Bookworm Collection series. The texts are neither graded nor adapted, and each book contains biographical information about the authors, notes on the texts, and language activities.

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