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in that year, some thought that she had died, but she later emerged and kept the name Christie throughout her writing career. In 1930, Agatha Christie wrote The Murder at Viscarage, in which she introduced a new detective, Miss Marple. Miss Marple was an elderly…
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characters are Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, and the latter one was her personal favorite. She also wrote a few books about Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, and in some books there was no particular main character. Agatha Christie also wrote six…
, probably in her mid-sixties. Ironically, Mrs. Christie probably cloned Miss Marple after herself. Though Agatha Christie did not die an elderly spinster, she was always looking for a good mystery, as shown in her many novels. She hailed from St. Mary Mead…
In the murder mystery by Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express, her style of writing can be described as one of Christie’s best works, having an international trend, and being a genius with detective fiction. Murder on the Orient Express…
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on excavation, e.g. in Iraq and Syria. Agatha has the most spectacularly career of all the best known writers. She wrote nearly seventy novels and more than a hundred short stories. Her most famous characters are Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple. She also wrote a few…
with a vengeance. However, Agatha Christie's flair for writing is inconspicuous in this book as compared to many of her other books, under Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot. Nevertheless, the plot is engaging enough to keep readers super-glued to the book, unable to stop…
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and wife, but as strangers, meeting by chance. Agatha Christie continues to mislead her readers into believing false facts. In the middle of this novel, Tuppence is trying to get information from Mrs. O’Rourke. She does not give her any clear clues…
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is yielded through thrilling and suspenseful writings: "Readers of mysteries look for an absorbing puzzle, a well-paced plot, and a brilliant ending." This is one reason why writer Agatha Christie has earned the title "Queen of Crime." Millions of people have…
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, to give us something scary to read. The book is realistic but it in the same time it's not. I wouldn't be surprised if some maniac really did something like his, not in Sweden though. Agatha Christie has written the book from an observer's point of view…
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, 1930. Christie, Agatha. The Mirror Cracked From Side to Side. New York: Berkeley Books, 1962. Yaffe, Ben. Biography of Agatha Christie. Internet: http://www.nltl.columbia.edu/users1/bkyaffe/wwwac/acbio.html, 1997. Grost, Michael. Agatha
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