Agatha Christie is a writer.
Agatha was born on September 15, 1890 in the English city of Torquay. Growing up in a wealthy family, in the biography of Agatha Christie, the first education was received at home. Then Agatha married Lieutenant Archibald Christie, from whom she gave birth to a daughter. Relations with her husband a few years later became complicated, and once Agatha even had a nervous breakdown.
After the divorce and some time, once again married, the next husband was Max Mallowan. Several times Agatha traveled to Syria, Iraq with him. When the First World War began, she worked in the hospital.
For the first time in the biography of writer Agatha Christie her novel was published in 1920. The main characters of the novels of Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, fell in love with the readers. Detective novels were very successful, and by 1958 Agatha Christie even led the Detective Club. Among other works of Agatha Christie – “Ten Little Indians”, 16 plays. The famous writer died on January 12, 1976.