Agatha Christie, who also wrote under the names Mary Westmacott and Agatha Christie Mallowan, had written more than 70 detective novels, most famously featuring her creations Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple
Agatha Christie novel with rare dust jacket showing Poirot for first time in 1924 sells for £40,000... and doesn't he look like Suchet?
Agatha Christie's visit to Tenerife, after her disappearance and reappearance in Harrogate under the name of her husband's inamorata. She fled all the press and the brouhaha by going to Tenerife with her daughter, Rosalind and her secretary.
Photograph showing the 'Silent Pool' at Newlands Corner, Surrey, during 1926. The Police dragged the pool, that year, in their search for Agatha Christie, the novelist and playwright, who disappeared on 3rd December in Surrey and reappeared on 14th in Harrogate