The Labours of Hercules
Author: Agatha Christie
E-book exclusive extras:
1) Christie biographer Charles Osborne's essay on The Labours of Hercules;
2) "The Poirots": the complete guide to all the cases of the great Belgian detective.
Agatha Christie, renowned as the "Queen of Crime," is the author of over 100 works, most famously her
mysteries featuring Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple. Her books have sold over two billion copies
worldwide (she is outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare). Most of Agatha Christie's works have been
dramatized for television and/or cinema, notably Murder on the Orient Express. Christie's The Mousetrap
(1952) is the longest-running play in history and is performed to this day at St. Martin's Theatre in
London's West End. Agatha Christie was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1971. She
died in 1976. Please visit the official Agatha Christie website: agathachristie.com.