Sparkling Cyanide - Agatha Christie 1945 - Published for The Crime Club by Collins, London - First Edition First edition in the striking pictorial dust jacket with a green skull grinning through a glass of cyanide-laced champagne.

A year ago, seven people sat down to dinner. One of them, Rosemary Barton, never got up....
  Sparkling Cyanide is an expansion of a Hercule Poirot short story entitled Yellow Iris. It is one of four cases featuring the British former MI5 agent Colonel Johnny Race, who first appeared in The Man in the Brown Suit, and had partnered Poirot in Cards on the Table and Death on the Nile.

First published in New York by Dodd, Mead and Company in February 1945 under the title of
Remembered Death and in London by the Collins Crime Club in the December of the same year under Christie's original title Sparkling Cyanide.

References: Wagstaff & Poole,
A Christie Biography, 197. Cooper & Pike, Detective Fiction 82. Agatha Christie, web. Agatha Christy Fandom, web.

Octavo (book size 19.1x13cm), pp. 160. In publisher’s orange cloth, spine lettered in black. Dust jacket priced ‘8s. 6d. net’ to lower corner of front flap, rear flap blank as published..
  Condition: Very good, sunning to spine and along top edge, minor rubbing to corners, 1mm tear to front upper edge, small mark to front panel, in very good dust jacket, some wrinkles, chipping to spine ends.   Ref: 110190   Price: HK$ 2,300