The Mysterious Affair At Styles The Secret Adversary
These novels show Agatha Christie's detective writing genius began with her first Novel. The reviews of "The Mysterious Affair at Styles" at the time said this: The Times Literary Supplement of February 3, 1921 stated: "The only fault this story has is that it is almost too ingenious.... It is said to be the author's first book, and the result of a bet about the possibility of writing a detective story in which the reader would not be able to spot the criminal.
Bilingual Teaching in Belgian Schools: Being the Report on a Visit to Belgian Schools as Gilchrist Traveling Student Presented to the Court of the University of Wales (1902)