Agatha Christie: A Biography
Using family papers and other protected material, this biography sheds light on Agatha Christie's life, work and relationships.
Agatha Christie (1890-1976), the world's best-selling author, is a public institution. Her creations, Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, have become fiction's most legendary sleuths and her ingenuity has captures the imagination of generations of readers. But although she lived to a great age and was prolific, she remained elusively shy and determinedly private.
Given sole access to family papers and other protected material, Janet Morgan's definitive biography unravels Agatha Christie's life, work and relationships, creating a revealing and faithfully honest portrait. Her book will intrigue those who read detective stories and delight all who are interested in the nature of a writer's life and extraordinary success.