Agatha Christie


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prolific English writer of detective stories (1890-1976)

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What a brilliant idea that Agatha Christie and Doctor Who should meet.
Simply tell us which of these is the title of an Agatha Christie whodunnit: (a) Murder On The Daily Express' (b) Murder On The Orient Express or (c) Murder On The Pizza Express.
The Agatha Christie Week, which coincided with the 115th anniversary of Christie's birth and the 75th anniversary of the publication of the first Miss Marple novel, has just finished.
Executive producer Suzan Harrison said: 'We thought it would be fun to update Agatha Christie and give her work a contemporary edge.
Agatha Christie, who wrote her first book more than 80 years ago, sold 117,696 tapes in 2002, compared to 97,755 for JK Rowling, 78,770 for Roald Dahl and 75,841 for JRR Tolkein, her nearest rivals in the spoken word market.
Agatha Christie wrote Death On The Nile there and you can still see her room which is kept exactly as she knew it.
The game is a thrilling murder mystery for both long-time and new Agatha Christie fans that presents an ideal blend of classic Queen of Crime style lifted from the pages of her acclaimed novel of the same name with additional deceptive twists and turns, making the interactive mystery a challenge for detectives of all skill levels.
Sophisticated dialogue and first class acting from the Agatha Christie Theatre Company helps transport the audience's imagination into a 1920s world, which leaves everyone pondering on what the fate of the accused will be.
00pm) Intrigued by the disappearance of crime writer Agatha Christie, the Time Lord takes Donna to 1926.
Created by Agatha Christie, Poirot first appeared in The Mysterious Affair at Styles, written in 1916 and published in 1920.
THE English Riviera celebrates Agatha Christie Week from Sunday September 10 and there's a host of whodunnit attractions on offer for murder mystery fans.
Allen Lane, director, of publishers Bodley Head, had spent the weekend visiting Agatha Christie in Devon, and looking for something to read on the return journey to London, he found only popular magazines and reprints of Victorian novels at the Exeter station bookstall.
THEY are a staple of many a British holiday television viewing - the starstudded Agatha Christie whodunit movie.
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