Agatha was born in 1890 and died in 1976

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She was named the, "Queen of Crime," because she wrote so many Poirot and other murder mysteries.

She married Archibald Christie in 1914. Their daughter was born in 1919. Agatha's first marriage came to an end in 1926, shortly after her mother's death. She was devastated and pretended to have disappeared but was later found in a hotel in Yorkshire. In 1930 Agatha married her second husband Sir Max Mallowan with whom she was very happy.

Agatha visited Kent's Cavern and got the idea for her first novel called "The Man in the Brown Suit", first published in 1924.

Written by AE Year 6 Jan 2003


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Description:  
Written by AE Year 6 Jan 2003
Organisation Ellacombe Primary School
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Contributor   Ellacombe Primary School  
Item  
Identifier ref 142
Creator   McBean. Angus  
Date   1949  
Format   toned photograph; 151 mm x 101 mm  
Coverage   Devon. Torbay  
Source   Torbay Library Services  
Subject   Christie. Personal  
Type   Image  
Publisher   Torbay Library Services  
Rights   Torbay Library Services  
Keywords portrait angus mcbean