Agatha Christie

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prolific English writer of detective stories (1890-1976)

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Albert Finney gained plaudits for his performance as Poirot in Murder On The Orient Express in 1974, not least from Dame Agatha Christie herself who admired both the film and his performance.
The Daily Mail has announced that it is to publish a newly discovered short story by Dame Agatha Christie, who died in 1976.
January 12, 1976: Dame Agatha Christie died at her home in Wallingford in Oxfordshire, aged 85, leaving rumours of a multi-million pound fortune.
Mathew Prichard, grandson of Dame Agatha Christie and Chairman of Agatha Christie Ltd, said: ``Everybody connected with my grandmother - whether members of her family or the people who manage her business - are looking forward with great excitement to the events planned to mark the 25th year of her death.
But my favourite is one for the thriller fans: Dame Agatha Christie changes into: I am a right death case.
1976: Dame Agatha Christie, pictured, the world's most successful detective story writer, died, aged 85.
This intriguing play - a solo tour-de-force by actress Janet Prince - focuses on the relationship between writer Dame Agatha Christie and actress Dame Margaret Rutherford.
THE most popular novelist in the world, Dame Agatha Christie, died leaving rumours of a multi-million pound fortune and a final book waiting to be published.
ON THIS DAY 1976: Crime writer Agatha Christie dies The most popular novelist in the world, Dame Agatha Christie, has died leaving rumours of a multi-millionpound fortune and a final BOOK waiting to be published.