As a Poirot and Agatha Christie fan, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is the first novel on my to-read list that I have read before
This week sees the release of the most hotly-anticipated book for years: The Monogram Murders by Sophie Hannah. The new novel is the first to feature world-renowned Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot since the death of original creator Agatha Christie. Little is known about the upcoming novel apart from its setting: the mysterious Bloxham Hotel. And so to celebrate, trivago.co.uk has compiled a list of the most iconic fictional hotels.
So, we had no Olympics this year, no Diamond Jubilee, in fact, it threatened to look like quite a flat year, telly-wise. But
Acclaimed playwright Nick Dear, the man who penned Danny Boyle's version of Frankenstein (with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller) for the National Theatre, knows the character better than most, having adapted six of Christie's Poirot novels for the small screen.
And so, here it was, the much-anticipated, much-dreaded two-hour farewell to David Suchet's defining stint as Agatha Christie's
Anthony Horowitz (right) is a man on the go - not just because the author has a new series of his ITV drama Foyle's War on
The "little grey cells" of Agatha Christie fans are to be treated to another crime-sleuthing adventure from Hercule Poirot
David Suchet believes that Hercule Poirot's distinctive character traits have rubbed off on him. The actor is waving goodbye
After 25 years of making the world-famous Belgian detective his very own, David Suchet will be signing off as Hercule Poirot
A friend of mine tweeted the other day, "Who actually lives in the place where their heroes lived?" To which I replied almost instantaneously, "Me, I have and do!"