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British famous female detective novelist, playwright, one of the three great master of mystery literature. Representative works include Murder on the Orient Express and Death on the Nile, which have been adapted for the silver screen many times.
She died on January 12,1976, at the age of 85, at her home in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, England, and was Agatha Christie in the churchyard of the Virgin Mary in Oxfordshire.
The Agatha Christie is known as the queen of the detective fiction. Her books have sold more than 1 billion copies in English, and her writings have been translated into more than 100 languages, selling more than 1 billion copies. She wrote 80 detective and short story collections, 19 plays, and six novels under the pseudonym Mary. Second only to Shakespeare in the number of books. She calls herself a Hercule Poirot, a stout Belgian with a black beard, and a petite but lovely old lady, marple.
Agatha Christie was married twice, first to Archibald Kristy, an army officer who wanted to be a pilot, and second to Mallowan, an archaeologist. She had one daughter, Rosalind Kristy, with her first husband. Before her marriage, she had been in love with an army officer named Lucea, Jamaica, but because she had gone to Hong Kong, they were not married.