Towards Zero

Towards Zero by Agatha Christie

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Agatha Christie

A book by Agatha Christie

Mary Westmacott is the pseudonym of Agatha Christie. Agatha Mary Clarissa Mallowan, DBE (born Agatha Mary Clarissa, Lady Mallowan), née Miller, better known by the name of her first husband as Agatha Christie (September 15, 1890 - January 12, 1976) is an English writer. He is one of the most famous authors of detective prose in the world and is one of the most published writers in the history of mankind (after the Bible and Shakespeare). Christie has published over 60 detective novels, 6 psychological novels (under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott or Westmacott) and 19 storybooks. 16 of her plays were staged in London. Agatha Christie`s books have been published in over 2 billion copies and translated into more than 100 languages. She also holds the record for the most theatrical performances of a work. Agatha Christie`s play "The Mousetrap" was first staged in 1952 and is still shown continuously. At the tenth anniversary of the play at the Ambassador Theater in London, in an in...

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Mary Westmacott is the pseudonym of Agatha Christie. Agatha Mary Clarissa Mallowan, DBE (born Agatha Mary Clarissa, Lady Mallowan), née Miller, better known by the name of her first husband as Agatha Christie (September 15, 1890 - January 12, 1976) is an English writer. He is one of the most famous authors of detective prose in the world and is one of the most published writers in the history of mankind (after the Bible and Shakespeare). Christie has published over 60 detective novels, 6 psychological novels (under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott or Westmacott) and 19 storybooks. 16 of her plays were staged in London. Agatha Christie`s books have been published in over 2 billion copies and translated into more than 100 languages. She also holds the record for the most theatrical performances of a work. Agatha Christie`s play "The Mousetrap" was first staged in 1952 and is still shown continuously. At the tenth anniversary of the play at the Ambassador Theater in London, in an interview with ITN, Agatha Christie admitted that “she does not consider the play the best to be staged in London, but the public likes it, and she herself goes to the play several times a year”.