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Agatha Christie, who also wrote under the name Mary Westmacott, died in 1976 having written more than 70 detective novels, most famously featuring her creations Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple ...

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, husband Max Mallowan (centre) and the rest of the archaeological team in Syria. 1946

Agatha Christie's 'forgotten' Syrian memoir gets new lease of life Come, Tell Me How You Live recounts travels with her archaeologist husband after the second world war and features little-seen photographs

urban agatha christie gardening | rosarium westbroekpark, den haag 1964 | foto: nico naeff

urban agatha christie gardening | rosarium westbroekpark, den haag 1964 | foto: nico naeff

Agatha Christie, Max Mallowan and their dog

Agatha Christie, Max Mallowan and their dog

the novelist Agatha Christie poses at home on december 1956 in Wallingford, United Kingdom

the novelist Agatha Christie poses at home on december 1956 in Wallingford, United Kingdom

Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie

How Archaeology Influenced Agatha Christie | Mental Floss.Agatha Christie enjoying tea on the balcony of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq, Baghdad, 1950s. Image Credit: © The Christie Archive Trust

Agatha Christie enjoying tea on the balcony of the British School of Archaeology in Iraq, Baghdad, Image Credit: © The Christie Archive Trust

Mystery novelist Agatha Christie and actress Dame Sybil Thorndike celebrating 10th anniversary of Christie's long running play The Mousetrap

1962 Mystery novelist Agatha Christie and actress Dame Sybil Thorndike celebrating the anniversary of Agatha Christie's long running play 'The Mousetrap'.

1950, English crime writer Agatha Christie at her home Winterbrook House, Wallingford, Berkshire, (now Oxfordshire)

English crime writer Agatha Christie at her home Winterbrook House, Wallingford, Berkshire, (now Oxfordshire)

Agatha Christie supervising workmen during excavations at Chagar Bazar on the upper Khabur River in northeast Syria, 1935-1937. ...

Agatha Christie supervising workmen during excavations at Chagar Bazar on the upper Khabur River in northeast Syria, Having beco.