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Agatha Christie
The Mysterious Mr.Quin

To Harlequin
the invisible

First Published

UK
Collins, London, Apr. 1930
US
Dodd Mead, New York, 1930

Plot

(from HarperCollins "The Agatha Christie Collection" cover)

So far, it had been a typical New Year's Eve house party. But Mr Satterthwaite a keen observer of human nature - sensed that the real drama of the evening was yet to unfold.

So it proved when a mysterious stranger arrived after midnight. Who was this Mr Quin? And why did his presence have such a pronounced effect on Eleanor Portal, the woman with the dyed-black hair?

Link

  1. Official Site: The Mysterious Mr. Quin
  2. Wikipedia: The Mysterious Mr. Quin
  3. IMDb: The Passing of Mr. Quin (1928)

The Coming of Mr. Quin

a.k.a. 'The Passing of Mr. Quin'
Grand Magazine, Mar. 1924
a.k.a. 'Mr. Quinn Passes By'
Muncey Magazine, Mar. 1925

Film & TV Dramas

The Passing of Mr. Quinn, 1928 (UK)
director Julius Hagen
writer Leslie S. Hiscott
cast Trilby Clark, Ursula Jeans, Stewart Rome

Link

  1. Official Site: The Coming of Mr Quin

The Shadow on the Glass

Grand Magazine, Oct. 1924

Link

  1. Official Site: Shadow on the Glass

At the Bells and Motley

Flynnís Weekly, Jul.17 1926
a.k.a. 'A Man of Magic'
Grand Magazine, 1925
a.k.a. 'The Disappearance of Captain Harwell'

Link

  1. Official Site: At the Bells and Motley

The Sign in the Sky

a.k.a. 'A Sign in the Sky'
Grand Magazine, Jul. 1925

Link

  1. Official Site: The Sign in the Sky

The Soul of the Croupier

Flynn's Weekly, Nov.13 1926
The Story-Teller, Jan. 1927

Link

  1. Official Site: The Soul of the Croupier

The Man from the Sea

Britannia and Eve, Oct. 1929

Link

  1. Official Site: The Man from the Sea

The Voice in the Dark

Flynn's Weekly, Dec.4 1926
The Story-Teller, Mar. 1927

Link

  1. Official Site: The Voice in the Dark

The Face of Helen

The Story-Teller, Apr. 1927
The Detective Story Magazine, Aug.6 1927

Link

  1. Official Site: The Face of Helen

The Dead Harlequin

Detective Fiction Weekly, Jun.22 1929

Link

  1. Official Site: The Dead Harlequin

The Bird with the Broken Wing

Link

  1. Official Site: The Bird with the Broken Wing

The World's End

Flynn's Weekly, Nov.20 1926
a.k.a. 'World's End'
The Story-Teller, Feb. 1927

Link

  1. Official Site: The World's End

Harlequin's Lane

The Story-Teller, May. 1927

Link

  1. Official Site: Harlequin's Lane
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