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Agatha Christie was a famous British crime novelist best known for her detectives Hercule Poriot and Miss Marple. She wrote 66 novels in her career. She also wrote short story collections and plays. Here are the latest Agatha Christie posts:

  • Sophie Hannah to Write New Hercule Poirot Novel With Blessing of Agatha Christie's Estate (2013-09-07): The Agatha Christie estate has approved novelist Sophie Hannah to write a new Hercule Poirot novel. Can she pull it off?

  • Google Doodle Marks Agatha Christie's 120th Anniversary (2010-09-15): Google UK has marked Agatha Christie's 120th anniversary with a special homepage doodle.

  • Agatha Christie May Have Suffered From Alzheimer's (2010-06-02): Ian Lancashire, an English professor at the University of Toronto, has determined that famous mystery novelist Agatha Christie may have been suffering from Alzheimer's near the near of end of her career.

  • Iranian Police Arrest the Agatha Christie Serial Killer (2009-05-21): Iranian police have arrested the country's first female serial killer, a woman they are calling the Agatha Christie Serial Killer.

  • Agatha Christie Inspires Video Game (2005-10-26): The Adventure Company today released 75 Facts About the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie to celebrate the upcoming release of the first-ever video game based on the works of Dame Agatha.

  • HarperCollins Launches Agatha Christie Ebooks (2003-09-17): HarperCollins Publishers Perfect Bound division and Agatha Christie Limited, a Chorion company, have announced a program for the publication in ebook format of 85 works by Agatha Christie.

  • New Ebook Expires After Ten Hours (2001-08-08): Electronic publisher RosettaBooks announced it is offering Agatha Christie's classic mystery And Then There Were None in a special time-based permit edition.

  • Agatha Christie Website Launches (2000-02-04): AgathaChristie.

  • MysteryNet To Launch Agatha Christie Website (1999-08-04): The official website for Agatha Christie will debut this fall, it was announced by MysteryNet and Agatha Christie Ltd.