Agatha Christie's novels and collections of short stories have recorded sales in excess of 4 billion copies worldwide - which is topped only by those of the Bible - and indeed her most famous characters have achieved the status of super sleuths. But what of Agatha herself, their creator, the brains behind the legendary Hercule poirot and Miss Marple? Agatha was a quiet and retiring person who shunned publicity and rarely gave interviews, and therefore discovering the real Agatha is a challenge almost worthy of her own detectives. But vital clues to unravel the mystery of the author, including her disappearance in 1926, are to be found in her writings, and in particular in the novels which she penned under a pseudonym.
Product code: BHTNP
Publisher: Pavilion Books
Dimensions: 17.3cm x 16.9cm
Publish date: 01/06/2009
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