Agatha Christie

The Witness for the Prosecution and Other Stories

1948 (First published)

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Author
Agatha Christie
Date
1948 First published
Publication Location USA
Genre
Language English
Notes The Witness for the Prosecution and Other Stories is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first published in the US in 1948. Each story has also appeared in either of the UK collections The Hound of Death and Other Stories (1933), The Listerdale Mystery (1934), or Problem at Pollensa Bay and Other Stories (1991) and therefore this collection has not been published in the UK. Some of the stories are fantasy fiction rather than mysteries.

• "Accident" - first published under the title "The Uncrossed Path", Sunday Dispatch, 22 September 1929
• "The Fourth Man" - first published in The Grand Magazine, December 1925
• "The Mystery of the Blue Jar" - first published in The Grand Magazine, July 1924
• "The Mystery of the Spanish Shawl" (also known as "Mr Eastwood's Adventure") - first published under the title "The Mystery of the Second Cucumber", The Novel Magazine, August 1924
• "Philomel Cottage" - first published in The Grand Magazine, November 1924
• "The Red Signal" - first published in The Grand Magazine, June 1924
• "The Second Gong" - first published in Strand Magazine, July 1932
• "Sing a Song of Sixpence" - first published in Holly Leaves, the annual Christmas special of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, December 1929
• "SOS" - first published in The Grand Magazine, February 1926
• "Where There's a Will" - first published under the title "Wireless" in Sunday Chronicle Annual, December 1926
• "The Witness for the Prosecution" - first published under the title "Traitor's Hands" in Flynn's, 31 January 1925

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