Murder for Pleasure, 1968. This unconventional solution provoked Edmund Wilson to react: "Who Cares Who Killed Roger Ackroyd?" " /> CHRISTIE, Agatha. <I>The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.</I> New York, 1926. 8<V>o. Original pictorial tan cloth (tight copy); dust jacket (close inspection of the verso reveals some expert restoration at spine ends and the closing of a triangular tear to front panel, but still an attractive copy); cloth folding case. Rare in the jacket. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION of this Haycraft-Queen cornerstone, "...one of the true classics of the literature, turns on the ultimate revelation of the narrator as the criminal". -- <I>Murder for Pleasure</I>, 1968. This unconventional solution provoked Edmund Wilson to react: "Who Cares Who Killed Roger Ackroyd?" | Christie's