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A three-week, twenty-six-stop romp through the blogosphere begins December 11th for S.M. Freedman, author of 'The Faithful'. VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec.
LONDON, November 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As the weather cools down for winter in many regions across the globe, game lovers are getting settled for a season full of thrilling
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Tropical Cyclone Agatha's remnants seen in W Caribbean.
Canadian researchers have found signs of Alzheimer's disease in later works of Agatha Christie, one of the most prolific and popular British mystery writers. Ian Lancashire, an English professor, and Graeme Hirst, a computer expert, who both teach at the University of Toronto, compared the size of the vocabulary in Christie's final books with that of her earlier ones, The Guardian reported.
England's National Trust has announced plans to open Greenway, the rural Devonshire home of the late mystery author Agatha Christie, to the public.
By Steve Pratt Poirot: Cat Among The Pigeons (tomorrow, ITV1, 9pm) Arena: The Hunt For Moby Dick (tonight, BBC2, 10.30pm) MARK Gatiss has always loved Agatha Christie books and read the books religiously as a child.
By MONTAGUE GAMMON III By Montague Gammon III Correspondent Regent University Theatre has kicked off its latest season with a good looking and slickly done bit of light-hearted fun.
The Agatha Christie Theatre Company kicks off a week of murder mystery events from Tuesday when the company presents And Then There Were None.
- To say in too many words; to express verbosely.
- To express in too many words: sometimes used reflexively.
- The leading idea or a repeated phrase, as of a song or ballad; the refrain; burden.