Famous Mystery Author's Books Get Murdered By the Snowflake Express

March 27, 2023
World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Agatha Christie, whose stories "Murder on the Orient Express," "Death on the Nile" and more have been considered classics in the murder-mystery genre for generations, is one of the most published authors ever.

Dozens of book titles, literally hundreds of millions of books, exist because of her imagination.

Now, however, she is being shown to be not good enough – for snowflakes, those in society who are easily offended.

And they are reworking her work.

A report in the Guardian explains that some of those Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot stories have been edited by HarperCollins to remove "potentially offensive language."

The changes have been appearing in various stories since 2020, the report said.

She's just the latest author to be lambasted after the fact by those who are so sensitive they feel obligated to change the words in others' works.

Other authors already changed include Roald Dahl and Ian Fleming.

According to the report the references to ethnicity, the term "Oriental" and a description of a female character's torso being of "black marble" and a judge's "Indian temper" were cut out.

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