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Agatha Christie

Dame Agatha Christie DBE (15 September 1890 – 12 January 1976), was an English crime writer of novels, short stories and plays. She also wrote romances under the name Mary Westmacott, but is best remembered for her 80 detective novels and her successful West End theatre plays.
  == Characters in the Mousetrap ==   In order of appearance, the characters in Agatha Christie's the mousetrap are:-   Giles Ralston   Mollie Ralston   Christopher Wren   Mrs Boyle   Major Metcalf   Miss Casewell   Mr Paravicini   Detective-Sergeant Trotter
Victorian im guessing considering she lived from 1890 to 1976.
Agatha Christie had an older sister and an older brother.
As far as I am aware Margaret Rutherford
Agatha Christie created Miss Jane Marple
Most people do not realise that she was well read regarding poisons  etc, she had an analytical mind and read extensively, picking up  stories from newspapers and magazines.
First - Ten Little N I G G E R SSecond - Ten Little IndiansNow - And Then There were None
Arsenic was used to kill rats, mice and other  vermin so it was an on hand house hold poison that could easily be  used for murders. 
Marlene is murdered in the boathouse in Christie's book, "Dead Man's Folly".
Agatha Christie was famous because she wrote just over 200 books and plays (combined) and they were all magnificent. She mostly wrote murder mysteries. She was married twice after her first husband cheated on her. She was born in 1890 and died in 1976.
She believed she had been hired as a secretary to the island's new owners.
he sets up the house on indian island and then wargrave kills him
Answer 1:Authority is a construct; if everyone but the would-be authorities ignores it, they have no authority. Please note that this story only works because all the authorities in it are nice people who would never actually use a weapon to force compliance. There is a somewhat similar story in...
Emily Brent dies from a lethal injection.I went to sparknotes.com to confirm this.
"Agatha Christie: an Autobiography" was Christie's last book. It was published in 1977.
"Sleeping Murder" was published after Christie's death.
Lombard quickly changes the subject by pretending there is a wasp  on her arm.
I have played several Agatha Christie PC games my favorite is: Murder on the Orient Express.   Ithink there are only 5 agatha christie games and only 3 of them are good, that is evil under sun, murder on the orient express and then there was none, I have played all three of them, there are...
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1) The suspect turned out to be a red herring. 2) The red herring had disrupted the investigation.
Rumon Gamba wrote Miss Marple's theme song.
David Suchet has played Herule Poirot, the former Belgian police detective and current private detective in England, from Agatha Christie's mysteries.
Matt Rhoades was born Febuary 3, 1975 so that makes him 37 years old. Bye get of the computer and get some excersize by the way i like cheeseburgers
Vera Claythorne gets Philip Lombard to help her drag Dr. Armstrong's body out of the water so it won't wash away. She leans close to him as they are tugging on Armstrong's clothes. As Lombard's concentration is on Armstrong, Vera is able to take the gun out of Lombard's pocket without him noticing.
Agatha did not attend school. Her mother believed that education destroyed the brain and ruined the eyes. Her mother taught her history and something called "general knowledge."Agatha read newspapers and their house was filled with books. The three children were encouraged to read them. She only had...
Agatha Christie wrote her first mystery in 1916 at the age of 26.
No, Lillian Gish has never played Miss Marple, at least not on film, TV, radio, or stage. If she has played her, it wasn't recorded and/or released for public viewing.
I wouldn't necessarily say that she's evil. She's more so influenced by the lies that that the triad is feeding her sister.
Well there are Vera Claythorne and Lombard, Wargrave and Armstrong, and Blore, Armstrong, and Lombard. Wargrave and amrstrong got together cus they are men of reason and profession being they are doctor and judge
No ones really sure, at least to my knowledge. She did not go to regular school, but she was taught at home because her mother didn't believe in schools. Good luck!
Agatha Christie wrote 80 detective novels, so, yes, she did write mysteries.
Miss Jane Marple first appeared in the novel, The Murder at the Vicarage. It was published in 1930.
She was a nurse in the Voluntary Aid Detachment of the Red Cross Hospital in Torquay.
During recent bouts of pain, he couldn't sleep, so his doctor prescribed the chloral hydrate.
At the outset of the novel, Ten Little Indians (US title), Mr. Justice Wargrave is actually dead. The novel is told in the past tense, through letters, diaries and transcripts.
He was a close friend of his nephew.
American stockbroker Frederick Miller
Hercule PoirotMost of the time, he's just called by his last name: Poirot.
A Caribbean Mystery is set, in fact, in the Caribbean. I do not believe Christie ever specifies precisely where. The time period appears to be that in which it was written, so about 1964.
The book compares him to a young Greek god, and his arrival is so full of love of life, of energy and strength that his death comes as an even greater shock to all those on the island.
The punishment of unknown or ignored murders - the moral theme. The "closed up and confined space" mystery by excellence. Who killed all the 10 people on a dessert island, knowing that it was impossible for any outsider to have come and left the isle prior to the discovery of the murders?
I would not find too many similarities between them, except the basic one: they are both murderers, although Vera did not kill the young boy with her own two hands. Nevertheless, she did everything in her power to cause his death. I might add they are quite ruthless.
Agatha's parents names were Frederick and Clara
Agatha Christie's mother, Clarissa Miller, died November 1926.
he is so ugshly like bish
CAPTAIN Hastings drives a Lagonda in the series. In one episode, he buys a (ficticious) Italian car, but crashes it when chasing a villain.
Yes, thr Mousetrap has a set. Ther is one set, which is used for both Act I and Act II - everything takes place in the same room at Monkswell Manor.
no she is now at this very dead
William Golding's record as a war hero made readers interested in his views on violence.
Miss Marple, Col and Mrs Bantry, Basil Blake, Conway Jefferson, Adelaide Jefferson, Mark Gaskell, Raymond Starr, Josie Turner.
I am afraid she did not have one.
Dame Agatha Christie was one of the best mystery writers of all time.
They talk In french (and English). Although there is an English type manner, because is was written so long ago in Britain ( I think)
Agatha Christie wrote 79 novels: 72 under her name, 1 under her second husband's last name and 6 under the name Mary Westmacott.
Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, DBE (neé Miller; September 15, 1890 - January 12, 1976) was married twice.She first married Archibald "Archie" Christie (born 1889 - 1962) an aviator in the Royal Flying Corps in 1914. The marriage would last for the next 14 years; producing one child, a daughter...
"Anthony said with a grin, 'The legal life's narrowing! I'm all for crime! Here's to it.' He picked up his drink and drank it off at a gulp. Too quickly, perhaps. He choked-- Choked badly. His face contorted. Turned purple. He gasped for breath --then slid down off his chair, the glass falling from...
She came from a fairly well to do family, she was studious and terribly shy, so she had a hard time making friends until she was older.
Agatha is a feminine Greek name meaning "good".
If that's what you're asking yes and then there were none is by agatha christie one of the best books i have ever read.
· 1. When the tape comes on listing the deaths that everyone has caused who is on the island.· 2. When they figure out U.N Owen is someone on the island.· 3. When the first person dies.· 4. That the deaths match up to the poem.· 5. That whenever someone dies one of the 10 little Indian...
Agatha Christie also used the pen name Mary Westmacott.
He wanted to create the most unsolvable, greatest, mystery death that nobody could solve. He had been a judge for so long and he wanted to do something bad. He had a craving to kill, so he decided to make this scheme and make a billiant death of 10 people tha would be hard to solve, until someone...
Yes he was in the book and he was the first vicim to die by cynide injected in his drink and then he choked to death. he was reffered as a young hansdom playboy. hope that hlped!(: - bieberfever123
Nope, Harada said that no one in Tekken die
David Suchet mostly. If you were to look up 'Poirot' on, say, Google Images, they would be pictures of David Suchet as Poirot.
I don't know precisely, but most of them do. The first murder is merely the secondary trigger, so to speak.
Probably "In Saint Mary Mead we...".
Anthony James Marston died from poison in his drink. Mrs. Ethel Rogers died from an overdose of choloral hydrate (someone else gave her to much it wasn't suicide). General John Gordon MacArthur gets his head crushed. Thomas Rogers got an axe to the head. Emily Caroline Brent was injected with...
Hercule Poirot, Captain Hastings, Inspector Japp, Miss Marple.
To truly appreciate this book, one must read it from cover to cover. But in answer to this question, look at the interaction between Ruth and Victor.
Solving mysteries and having a huge moustache.
Murder on the Orient Express
The murderer of the novel endless night is Micheal Rogers himself . He was mentally ill. All his desire for life was to gain everything the easy way so he killed Ellie by putting a cyanide in her tablets then he killed the old Lady Mrs Lee as he had used her to threaten and scare Ellie so if the...
All the books by Sir.Arthur Conan Doyle featuring the famous characters Sherlock Holmes and Professor Challenger. Over 150 good and classic mystery books by Erle Stanley Gardner, featuring the famous lawyer Perry Mason.There are hundreds of other good and great Who Done It mystery books whose names...
She Used to Live in Devon where the book takes places. Also she had a knowledge and history of working with potions because she worked as a nurse during WW1 so that inspired her to make one of the murders like that. Also she liked to swim as a child and almost drowned, like how Vera Claythorne kept...
1920. It was a Hercule Poirot novel and titled 'The Mysterious Affair At Styles.'
She was born in 1890
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her books can be divided into 4 categories: 1. random crime novels with no 1 charcter2. novels that feature her character "miss marple"3. novels that feature her character "hercule Poirot"4. novels that feature her, married, characters "tommy and tuppence"