Star Over Bethlehem: Poems and Holiday Stories by Agatha Christie

By Agatha Christie

A copy in a single precise quantity of 3 of Agatha Christie's rarest and so much sought-after books: Star Over Bethlehem, The highway of Dreams and Poems.

The most well liked detective tale author of all time turns her hand to the topic of Christmas. In a manger in Bethlehem, an angel bargains Mary a imaginative and prescient of items to come back? and an opportunity to alter all of it. A naughty little donkey learns the that means of affection as he includes a truly detailed mom and baby properly to Egypt. Mrs Hargreaves desired to like humans, yet didn't fairly know the way. Then she reached out to the touch a stranger, and her eyes have been opened to love.

From the preferred author of all time comes a precious selection of brief tales and poems celebrating the vacation season.

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Her face, when she looks up, blinds me for a moment. Or maybe my tears do. She radiates no happiness-somegreat grief is bred too deeply into this girl's ffne bones-but there is a change which permits hands to be remembered and a mouth to live again. It cnuld have been fear and its removal, an excisionwhich works wonders with dogs and humans, and *ight, I imaging even with nations. And so she may turn her head away from sorrow, and when she does,the breath catches in my throat; in the nocturnal texture of her hair }ies a single streak of silver, a hue of just the dead- w Sturgeon ls Nioe and,Well .

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