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Funny story: Shades of Grey Trilogy; Should Hercule Poirot Share In Its Profits?

Shades of Grey Trilogy; Should Hercule Poirot Share In Its Profits?

"Oui," answers Poirot. You see, it's the cells, those "little gray cells" that the Belgian detective always speaks of. Now someone has stolen his thunder, taken the word gray (sometimes spelled grey), and is using it to make a mint. And Poirot...
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Funny story: Lost Agatha Christie Manuscript found on Wikileaks

Lost Agatha Christie Manuscript found on Wikileaks

A previously unknown Agatha Christie manuscript was uncovered on Wikileaks by a graduate student at Whatsa Matta University, which is also, known as Whatsa Matta U. The manuscript is titled: Murder in a Hovel. Unlike most of her mystery novels which take place in settings of wealth and prestige, this one takes place in a one room hovel that is located in a fishing village along the North Sea.
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Funny story: UK Finally Renames Agatha Christie's 'Ten Little N--ers', 70 Years After First Publication

UK Finally Renames Agatha Christie's 'Ten Little N--ers', 70 Years After First Publication

A publisher's Crime Club has finally got around to changing the name of Agatha Christie's 1939 novel "Ten Little Niggers", some seventy years after the rest of the world realized that it was the most f--ked up name for a book ever invented. "We ha...
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