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Question 1: The Mysterious Affair at Styles at ________ (without the illustrations)
Project GutenbergAmazon KindleProject Gutenberg AustraliaGoogle Books

Question 2: The story is told in first person by Hastings, and features many of the elements that, thanks to Christie, have become icons of the ________.
WhodunitSherlock HolmesGolden Age of Detective FictionAgatha Christie

Question 3: In any event, it was first published by John Lane in the US in October 1920 and was not published in the ________ by The Bodley Head until the following year.
CanadaUnited KingdomWalesEngland

Question 4: ________, a famous Belgian detective displaced by the war to England; Hastings' old friend
Agatha ChristieLord Edgware DiesHercule PoirotMurder on the Orient Express

Question 5: Once acquitted, due to ________, he could not be tried for the crime a second time should any genuine evidence against him be subsequently discovered.
Double jeopardyCapital punishmentJury trialExclusionary rule

Question 6: The Mysterious Affair at Styles later made publishing history by being one of the first ten books to be published by ________ when they were launched on July 30, 1935.
Penguin BooksE. P. DuttonPearson PLCPearson Education

Question 7: The novel was adapted as a five part serial for ________ in 2005.
BBC World ServiceBBC Radio ScotlandBBC Radio 4BBC Radio 1

Question 8: It is Christie's first published novel, and introduces ________, Inspector (later, Chief Inspector) Japp and Lieutenant Hastings (later, Captain).
Murder on the Orient ExpressAgatha ChristieHercule PoirotLord Edgware Dies

Question 9: The US edition retailed at ________2.00 and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6).
Cent (currency)United States dollar$ (disambiguation)Dollar sign

Question 10: The Mysterious Affair at Styles is a detective novel by ________.
Agatha ChristieMurder on the Orient ExpressAnd Then There Were NoneHercule Poirot







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