Agatha Christie

agatha Christie

an outcry from the public, many of whom were admirers of her novels. Traumatized by the revelation, Christie disappeared only to be discovered by authorities several days later at a Harrogate hotel, registered under the name of her husband's mistress. They divorced in 1928, two years after Christie discovered her husband was having an affair. (novel "Hercule Poirot's Christmas - Episode #1.2 (2006). Davenheim" - 1 episode, 1990) (short story "The Cornish Mystery" - 1 episode, 1990) (short story "The Lost Mine" - 1 episode, 1990) (short story "The Veiled Lady" - 1 episode, 1990) (novel "Peril at End House" - 1 episode, 1990) (short story "The Dream". (novel), greenshaw's Folly (2013).

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Ackroyd, The Mystery of the Blue Train (1928) and, death in the Clouds (1935). Writing well into her later years, Christie wrote more than 70 detective novels as well as short fiction. (novel: Ten Little Niggers) 1956 Das Spinnennetz (TV Movie) (play) 1955 Museflden (TV Movie) (play "The Mouse Trap 1955 Spider's Web (TV Movie) (play) 1954 Die Fuchsjagd (TV Movie) (play) 1949 Ten Little Niggers (TV Movie) (novel "Ten Little Indians 1949 Witness for the Prosecution. (based on the novel by) Show all 70 episodes 2012 Associs contre le crime: L'oeuf d'Ambroise (after: "The Case of the Missing Lady" in "Partners in Crime" / "Nmsis 2012 Grandmaster (novel) 2009 Agatha Christie: Dead Man's Folly (Video Game) (novel) 2009 ABC Murders (Video. She wrote eighty crime novels and story collections, fourteen plays, and several other books.