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Synopsis: MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT STYLES, THE

A new-look series of facsimile Hercule Poirot editions to bring her classic brand of detective fiction to a new readership. See also the two TV tie editions below.

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ISBN 9780007119271
Weight 0.1588
Publisher HARPER COLLIN PUBLISHER UK (GBP)
Book Size (cm.) 109.98 x 171.96 x 20.07
Language English
Number of Pages 208

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A new-look series of facsimile Hercule Poirot editions to bring her classic brand of detective fiction to a new readership. See also the two TV tie editions below.

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CHRISTIE, AGATHA

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Agatha Christie was an English writer of crime and romantic novels. She is best remembered for her detective stories including the two diverse characters of Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot. She is considered to be the best selling writer of all time. Only the Bible is known to have outstripped her collected sales of roughly four billion world wide copies. Her works have been translated into more languages than any other individual writer. Agatha Christie was born in Torquay, Devon 1890 to Clarissa Margaret Boehmer and a wealthy American stockbroker. She was brought up by both her mother and her sister. In the First World war, she trained and worked as a nurse helping to treat wounded soldiers. She also became educated in the field of pharmacy. She recalled her time as a nurse with great fondness, saying it was one of the most rewarding jobs she ever undertook. Agatha Christie’s married an aviator in the Royal Flying Corps – Archibald Christie in December 1914. The marriage was somewhat turbulent and ended in divorce in 1928, two years after Archibald had begun an affair. In 1926, Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days. The circumstances were never really resolved and it created widespread media interest in the disappearance of this famous novelist. She was eventually discovered in a Harrogate hotel eleven days later. Though Agatha Christie never said why, it was probably a combination of shock over her mother’s death and the discovery of her husband’s affair. In 1930, she married her second husband, Max Mallowan. This marriage was happier, though her only child, Rosalind Hicks, came from her first marriage. Agatha Christie began writing in 1920, after the end of the First World War. ...

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