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They Came to Baghdad
They Came to Baghdad
Author: Agatha Christie
ISBN-13: 9780425068045
ISBN-10: 0425068048
Publication Date: 4/1/1984
Pages: 240
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 18 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Paperback
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One of Agatha Christie's best
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This is quite different for Auntie Agatha: no Marple, or Poirot; no Parker Pyne, no detective. Its more of a quasi spy novel. A girl (beautiful, naturally) is canned for being an incompetent typist. She meets a nice guy by chance and follows him to Baghdad in spite of the fact that she is near destitute. Why not? Anyway there is to be a big conference therewho the players are is rather vague until the end. Are they good guys or bad guys? (We are led to believe it is the bad guys.) somehow she gets wound up as a sort of spy in a scheme of world conquest (not quite Ian Fleming, but you get the idea). It isnt one of her best novels, but a good fill-in around some serious reading.