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Books, Guides and Maps Read any good books lately? Did you manage to finish Captain Corelli's ...? Recommend your favourite travel guides and maps. Suggest holiday reads for kids.

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The Pollensa Problem is republished

Agatha Christie's "Problem at Pollensa Bay and Other Stories" wasn't published until 1991, but the individual stories had appeared between 1926 and 1937 in different magazines. Four of the eight stories were in "Strand Magazine", including the title story, which in Spanish is known as "Problema en Pollensa", and to celebrate the 130th anniversary of her birth, "Problema en Pollensa" has been republished by Espasa.

... whose stay in Puerto Pollensa was autobiographical in that when he arrived in Palma, having travelled by ship from Barcelona, was unable to find somewhere to stay: the hotels were all full. This is what happened to Christie in 1932. She took a taxi and ended up in Puerto Pollensa, where there is still some mystery ...
see full article on the MDB website
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Hi .Mike. you can get it on kindle.
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Hi .Mike. you can get it on kindle.
There's two Kindle versions (Problem at Pollensa Bay) on the UK page of Amazon. Can't find the republished Spanish version of Espasa in a Kindle version.
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