The second Agatha Christie book ever

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What was Agatha Christie's second book?

Agatha Christie was a beloved author known for her works of detective fiction in her crime novels. Her collection of works is extremely extensive and the first few publications are considered to be extremely valuable today. Agatha Christie’s second book, The Secret Adversary, is one such valuable early edition and it was published in 1922, first in the United Kingdom by The Bodley Head, and then in the United States by Dodd, Mead, and Company. The book introduces two characters, Tommy and Tuppence, who later appear in 3 other of Christie’s books and in one short story.

Agatha Christie was greatly praised for the work and just about every critic agreed that the villain is unpredictable and unknown until Christie tells the reader exactly who it is. In 1929, 7 years after the initial release of the book, it was made into a movie in Germany. The movie was called Die Abenteurer GmbH and was a silent film. Then in 1983 it was released in London as a 115-minute drama which aired on television in October 1983.


The Secret Adversary


The second Agatha Christie book ever

The second Agatha Christie book ever

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