Endless Night By Agatha Christie

(4.5 stars; 93 reviews)

Agatha Christie - Endless Night Joy Wilkinson's adaptation This psychological thriller concerns the murderous ambitions of a young adventurer, Michael. His dream is to build a magnificent house in the English countryside - but that requires money. Luckily he meets a beautiful heiress. Starring Jonathan Forbes as Mike, Lizzy Watts as Ellie, Sarah Stewart as Greta, Victoria Lennox as Mrs Lee, Chris Pavlo as Mr Constantine, John Rowe as Philpott, Joseph Tremain as Young Mike, Dan Starkey as Santonix and Thomas Brown-Lowe as Oscar. Original music by Nicolai Abrahamsen. Director: Sam Hoyle Saturday Drama First broadcast:  Sat 30th Aug 2008 14:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM Lonely drifter Mike Rogers finally settles down when he meets young heiress Ellie Guteman. They build the house of their dreams in a beautiful and remote area, ignoring rumours of a curse. With their arrival, however, the curse seems to come to life, and they find themselves in grave danger...

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.


Endless Night 57:00


dark & suspenseful

(4 stars)

reminded me of tell tale heart. very dark for agatha christie. no detective - like 12 little Indians. readers were good, didn't care for story though

(4 stars)

This book was interesting and well dramatized. I didn't like it as well as other Agatha Christie books, but it kept my attention.

Very good, very creepy

(5 stars)

certainly not the normal Agatha Christie light-hearted murder mystery, this definitely has a dark tint but an excellent audiobook!


(4 stars)

This was my least favorite Agatha Christie novel, but the readers were fantastic.

Endless Night

(4 stars)

A thriller story. A frightful macabre. ... and very, very good!

great story!

(5 stars)

I love these mystery theatre type stories!

(5 stars)

Excellently done radio play of the book.