Cards on the Table

References

  1. ^ The Observer, 1 November 1936 (p. 6)
  2. ^ John Cooper and B.A. Pyke. Detective Fiction – the collector's guide: Second Edition (Pages 82 and 86) Scholar Press. 1994; ISBN 0-85967-991-8
  3. ^ a b American Tribute to Agatha Christie
  4. ^ Chris Peers, Ralph Spurrier and Jamie Sturgeon. Collins Crime Club – A checklist of First Editions. Dragonby Press (Second Edition) March 1999 (p. 15)
  5. ^ "put one's cards on the table". Wiktionary definition. Retrieved 18 March 2014. 
  6. ^ The Times Literary Supplement, 14 November 1936 (p. 927)
  7. ^ The New York Times Book Review, 28 February 1937 (p. 23)
  8. ^ The Observer, 15 November 1936 (p. 8)
  9. ^ The Scotsman, 19 November 1936 (p. 15)
  10. ^ The Guardian, 20 November 1936 (p. 7)
  11. ^ Barnard, Robert. A Talent to Deceive – an appreciation of Agatha Christie – Revised edition (pp. 189–190). Fontana Books, 1990; ISBN 0-00-637474-3
  12. ^ Osborne, Charles (1982): The Life and Crimes of Agatha Christie,Collins (London)
  13. ^ Page 188 (at the end of Chapter 23) of the 1940s mapback edition: "A knife, mademoiselle, with which twelve people once stabbed a man. It was given me as a souvenir by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons Lits."
  14. ^ Programme for Cards on the Table: Theatreprint, No. 80, May 1982

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