Book Club: Crooked House

One of Agatha Christie’s self-proclaimed favorite novels to write, Crooked House follows the unnatural death of the Leonides family’s wealthy patriarch. A perfect pairing to An Inspector Calls playing onstage at Sidney Harman Hall, Crooked House similarly delves into the themes of murder, family and wealth with Christie’s signature twist and harrowing ending.

An Inspector Calls and audience engagement activities are supported by the Harman Family Foundation in honor of the unforgettable Sidney Harman’s 100th birthday.

FREE, but reservations are required. Reserve your spot today!

Agatha Christie is known throughout the world as the Queen of Crime for her 80 ingenious crime books and her plays. Writing anonymously as Mary Westmacott, she also wrote about crimes of the heart, a series of six bittersweet novels with a jagged edge, as compelling and memorable as the best of her work.

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An Inspector Calls

Crooked House

by Agatha Christie

Tuesday, December 4, 6–7:15 p.m.

The Forum in Sidney Harman Hall


This is a FREE event.
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