Agatha Christie


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prolific English writer of detective stories (1890-1976)

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A], November 21 ( ANI ): The thrilling tales of Agatha Christie is going to make a comeback on the big screen with 'Death on the Nile'.
The palatial hotel, which still dominates the esplanade, has an Agatha Christie suite and sits at the start of the Agatha Christie Mile.
A short drive away from The Grand lies the stunning 12th century Torre Abbey, where the International Agatha Christie Festival is held every September.
It's an Agatha Christie - you know the twist is coming, the jokes are hammy yet hilarious and the acting is top notch.
When you start reading an Agatha Christie novel, you already know what you're getting yourself into; you'll read about a murder surrounded by lots of mystery and at the end, your socks will (more often than not) be blown off.
The Pocket Essential Agatha Christie by theatre critic Mark Campbell includes details of all Christie's work, which along with the novelist's murder mystery stories, also includes her work in other genres such as comic mysteries, espionage thrillers, plays, poetry and romances, which where written under the pseudonym of Mary Westmacott.
Available July 31 AGATHA Christie wrote this novella Available July 31 AGATHA Christie wrote this novella in 1954 but then decided to expand the story into a full-length novel (it became Dead Man''s Folly).
Available July 31 AGATHA Christie wrote this novella in 1954 but then decided to expand the story into a full-length novel (it Available July 31 AGATHA Christie wrote this novella in 1954 but then decided to expand the story into a full-length novel (it became Dead Man''s Folly).
I was always scared stiff, because it was well known Agatha Christie was never happy with any of the cinematic portrayals of her characters.
Muscat: Arabic translations of international fiction and non-fiction writers as varied as Agatha Christie on the one hand, and Patrick Seale and John Reed on the other, are prominently displayed at the Muscat International Book Fair being held in the city.
Earlier this month, Agatha Christie was named the (http://www.
During my youth the two writers who attracted me most were the American detective fiction writer Erle Stanley Gardner and the British murder mystery and romance novelist Agatha Christie.
Agatha Christie: An Autobiography holds wide-ranging appeal for a range of audiences, from literary collections and libraries strong in autobiography to those where patrons are strong fans of Agatha Christie mysteries.