Following the death of Agatha's daughter, Rosalind, at the end of 2004, a remarkable secret was revealed. Unearthed among her affairs at the family home of Greenway were Agatha Christie's private notebooks, 73 handwritten volumes of notes, lists and drafts outlining all her plans for her many books, plays and ...View item
Agatha Christie's career spanned over 50 years and 80 books; given that she also wrote plays, poems and fragments of memoir, it is at times hard to see how she managed to pay so much attention to the fine details through which her detective stories both inform and misdirect. Osborne ...View item
Articles, photos, and film posters; synopses of the novels, plays, and short story collections (without telling whodunit!), Christie's own comments on her work, a Christie mystery map, puzzles, and poems. Includes Emma Lathen on Jessica Fletcher; Tommy and Tuppence; a filmography and video listing.View item
In this follow-up volume to the award-winning Agatha Christie's Secret Notebooks, Christie archivist and expert John Curran leads the reader through the six decades of Agatha’s writing career, unearthing some remarkable clues to her success and a number of never-before-published excerpts and stories from her archives. Starting his investigation in ...View item
Using material unpublished for 90 years, this new book reveals Agatha Christie’s extensive and evocative letters and photographs from her year-long round-the-world trip to South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and America as part of the British trade mission for the famous 1924 Empire Exhibition.In 1922 Agatha Christie set sail ...View item
Your Ultimate Guide to Agatha Christie - for your E-Reader! Dying to learn even more about Agatha Christie? This fully authorized introductory guide to the Queen of Mystery includes an introduction by award-winning Agatha Christie expert John Curran; an article highlighting the role poisons played in Christie's works; features on ...View item
A passionate and accomplished writer, Laura Thompson now turns her highly acclaimed biographical skills to Agatha Christie, arguably the greatest crime writer in the world. Thompson describes the Edwardian world in which Christie grew up; explores the relationships she had, including those with her two husbands and daughter; and investigates ...View item
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