By Anne Martinetti,Guillaume Lebeau,Alexandre Franc,Edward Gauvin
Agatha Christie: a lifetime of secret, invention and adventure
The lifetime of Agatha Christie was once as mysterious and eventful as her fiction. This insightful, extraordinary and definitive photo novel lines the lifetime of the Queen of the Whodunit from her adolescence in Torquay, via a occupation full of luck, drama and experience, to her later years as “Dame Agatha”. Revealing a facet to Christie that might startle and pleasure many readers, Agatha introduces us to a free-spirited and punctiliously glossy girl who, between different issues, loved flying, shuttle and browsing. Centring round an episode in 1926 whilst Christie staged her personal disappearance, Agatha is a fast paced, interesting and enlightening exploration of the 20th century’s best-loved crime novelist.
“Agatha is a complete satisfaction. It’s virtually as though she has fallen into the pages of 1 of Tintin’s adventures” –The Observer, photo Novel of the Month
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Agatha: The Real Life of Agatha Christie by Anne Martinetti,Guillaume Lebeau,Alexandre Franc,Edward Gauvin