Andrew Eames - The 8.55 to Baghdad
Default Title - $14.95
New York, Overlook Press, 2006. Fine in trade paperback. Agatha Christie decided to take a holiday in 1928. Author Eames retraces her steps into the Middle East and intertwines Dame Agatha's journey with the history of the region. $14.95.
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