By Agatha Christie
With Star Over Bethlehem, the loved Queen of poser Agatha Christie shines in a wholly unforeseen method, providing readers a wondrous selection of poems and vacation brief stories.
A retelling of the Christmas tale in a fashion you’ve by no means heard it prior to. . . . The myth of a donkey who contains a mom and baby appropriately to Egypt. . . . the story of a widow who dislikes humans till she meets a stranger. . . .
From the most well-liked author of all time comes a precious choice of brief tales and poems celebrating the vacation season.
This precise version additionally includes a wealth of Agatha Christie rarities—not in simple terms the entire tales, poems, and illustrations from her lengthy out-of-print book Star over Bethlehem (1965) but additionally a replica of all her infrequent poetry from the 2 collections The street of Dreams (1924) and Poems (1973).