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Children in Agatha Christie Novels
"Children play a part in many Christie novels, as clue hunters, interested spectators, material witnesses, victims, and once or twice even as killers. How much do you know about these Christie Babes? (contains spoilers)"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
"Today I killed grandfather!"
In "Crooked House" this is the beginning of an entry in the journal of a twelve year old murderer. What is her name?
In what book does Marlene Tucker, a Girl Guide, play the part of a murdered girl in a village fete game and subsequently become the victim of a real murderer herself?
Dead Man's Folly
In "The Body in the Library" schoolgirl Pamela Reeves was killed and her body passed off as someone else. Who?
An innocent woman was hanged for the murder of her husband. She refused to defend herself in any way because, it later transpired, she wrongly thought her twelve year old half sister had committed the crime. Hercule Poirot solves the mystery sixteen years later. What Christie book are we talking about?
Five on Kirrin Island
Five Red Herrings
Five Little Pigs
After the Funeral
In "The Mirror Cracked from Side to Side", a boy, Bobby, is born severely mentally and physically disabled after his mother, a famous movie star, contracted German measles during pregnancy. This is the motive for whose murder?
What Christie book features a murder at Meadowbank, a prestigious girls' boarding school, and jewels hidden in a tennis racquet handle?
Murder in Mesopotamia
Cat among the Pigeons
In "Hallowe'en Party" Joyce Reynolds is killed because she boasts that she once saw a murder being committed. How was she murdered?
She was strangled in the churchyard.
She ate a poisoned apple.
She was frightened to death.
She was drowned in a bowl of apples in water.
In what book do two young boys, Alexander Eastly and James Stoddart-West, play a small but quite significant part?
The Blue Train
The 4.50 from Paddington
Murder on the Orient Express
Murder is Easy
In which shorter work do three youngsters, disappointed in their ideas of what a private detective should look like, stage a phoney murder to fool Poirot into thinking that one of them is really dead?
The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding
The Adventure of the Spanish Chest
Death comes as the End
Hercule Poirot's Christmas
In what book does a very young child witness a murder through staircase banister rails and return to the house many years later to discover the facts behind her vaguely remembered fears?
The Moving Finger
Elephants can Remember
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Compiled Oct 26 13