Answers as promised – all Agatha Christie unless stated otherwise. Hope you had fun.
- Bobby Jones teed up his ball… Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?
- It was five o’clock on a winter’s morning in Syria. Murder on the Orient Express
- I am going to kill a man. The Beast Must Die by Nicholas Blake
- “Unsolved mysteries”. The Thirteen Problems
- No seaside town in the south of England is, I think, as attractive as St Loo. Peril at End House
- It was New Year’s Eve. The Mysterious Mr Quin
- Joseph Higgins, postman, pushed his battered red bicycle up the long ascent that leads to Heron’s Park… Green for Danger by Christianna Bran
- That amiable youth J____ T_______ , came racing down the big staircase at C_______ two steps at a time. The Seven Dials Mystery
- The Spider began his career as a common criminal. Stop Press by Michael Innes
- It was close on midnight when a man crossed the Place de la Concorde. The Mystery of the Blue Train.
- Mrs F______ died on the night of the 16th-17th September – a Thursday. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
- It was 2pm on the afternoon of May 7th, 1915. The Secret Adversary
- “No trumpeters!” said his Lordship in a tone of melancholy and slightly peevish disapproval. Tragedy at Law by Cyril Hare
- The intense interest aroused in the public by what was known at the time as “The S____ Case” has now somewhat subsided. The Mysterious Affair at Styles
- The September sun beat down hotly on Le Bourget aerodrome… Death in the Clouds
- P.S. Do you think they will put me in Madame Tussauds? Lord Edgware Dies
- It was G_______ who had placed the “clue” for the police to find. The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace
- Advertise or go under. Murder Must Advertise by Dorothy L. Sayers
- “A title for the book you may never be able to write: ‘Seven Suspects’.” Death at the President’s Lodging by Michael Innes
- So she held him, crouched at her knees, against her breast, huddling his head in her arms that he might not hear eight o’clock strike. Busman’s Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers