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Agatha Christie Books: Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, Lady Mallowan. She was born on 15 September 1890 at Torquay, United Kingdom and she was died at 12 January 1976. Agatha Christie was the greatest proponent of the classical detective story. She was was an English crime novelist, short story writer and playwright. She Wrote 6 Romantic Navels, 66 crime Detective novels and 14 Short Stories. Her unique literary talents have crossed every boundary of age, class, race, geography and education.

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1. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926)
2. Peril at End House (1932)
3. Murder on the Orient Express (1934)
4. The ABC Murders (1935)
5. And Then There Were None (1939)
6. Five Little Pigs (1943)
7. Crooked House (1949)
8. A Murder is Announced (1950)
9. Endless Night (1967)
10. Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case (1975, but written during the second world war)

About the Author 
Agatha Christie was one of the most well-known play wright, novelist and short story writers of all time. She is thought to have revolutionized the mystery Crime genre. Her Specialty has been the genre of crime fiction, murder mystery, detective and thriller. Still. Agatha Christie she is the all-time best-selling author in France, with over 40 million copies sold in French. She is purportedly outsold only by the Bible. Agatha Christie’s life as colorful as a character from one of her own novels. Her travels with her second husband to the Middle East provided the backdrop for some of her most memorable novels, (Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile.) The first being one of Christie’s own favorites along with The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, (1935) a breakthrough novel for Christie due largely to its unusual plot twist.
Agatha Christie won the Commander of the Order of the British Empire decoration in 1956 for being the most popular British crime mystery writer. She received an Order of Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1971 from Queen Elizabeth II. Her play The Mousetrap create the record for the longest run ever in London, opening at the Ambassadors Theater on November 25, 1952, and as of 2006 is still running after more than 20,000 performances.