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Agatha Christie's Queen of Crime Library

Dear fellow Agatha Christie fans,

Recently I launched the 'Queen of Crime Library', the world's largest physical Agatha Christie library.
Maybe you can be of some help? 

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Award winning author John Curran ('Agatha Christie’s Secret Notebooks: Fifty Years of Mysteries in the Making' and 'Agatha Christie's Murder in the Making: Stories and Secrets from Her Archive') about the 'Queen of Crime Library':

'I applaud Ralf's initiative in collecting every edition of every Agatha Christie book and only sorry that I did not think of it first. I can see from the photograph [] that one Hercule Poirot would also approve of the neat and orderly arrangement - 'Order and method, mon ami'! In years to come the library will provide a valuable resource for future historians of detective fiction and for bibliographers of The Queen of Crime. And to encourage others I have already donated copies of my two contributions to the ever-growing library of Christie-related literature.'
Please drop me a message or an email if you want to donate one or more books to the library.
Thanks a lot!
Best wishes,
Ralf M.M. Stultiens
The Netherlands