Published 2018-07-16
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Things you did not know about Agatha Christie

We all probably know Agatha Christie for her 66 detective novels and the 14 short story collection of hers. Just so you know, the longest-running play, The Mousetrap, also was written by the same witty lady. She received Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for all she did for the literature. Agatha was born on the 15th of September 1890 and left us on the 12th of January 1976. Christie also has a Guinness World Records under her belt for the best selling novelist of all time! In this article, we are going to talk about things you didn't know about Agatha Christie!

Her mother was against her learning to read

Her first novel was a result of a dare

Hercule Poirot was based on a real person

Once, she disappeared for 10 days

She was not a fan of using violence in her work

She has six romance novels under the name Mary Westmacott

She was a fan of surfing

She was not fond of taking pictures

She took an oath as a detective writer

She really wanted to start smoking

She has a play that will never make it to the stage

She was fond of archaeology

Her old house is available for rent

Her Hercule Poirot got a New York Times obituary when she died

A Real-life Nuisance inspired at least one victim

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