Agatha Christie: The Woman and Her Mysteries
Since the publication of The Mysterious Affair at Styles in 1917, Agatha Christie has become one of the most widely read authors ever. Yet despite her international reputation as a mystery writer, little is known of Christie's private life and motivations - she remains, in fact, her own greatest unsolved mystery.
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