Book Reviews of Agatha Christie: An Autobiography

Agatha Christie: An Autobiography
Agatha Christie An Autobiography
Author: Agatha Christie
ISBN-13: 9780345276469
ISBN-10: 0345276469
Publication Date: 1977
Pages: 644
Rating:
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4.1 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A very interesting book about the life of Agatha Christie. I really enjoyed the 16 pages of photographs. Great story!
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Interesting as a period piece as well as au autobiography. Not effusive or overly sentimental.
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I am so happy that Ms Christie lived long enough to give us her incredible story. Dame Agarha holds the record for book sales. Reading her autobiography told me why. Between sections of the bio I read one of her books. Delightful!
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Overall a good book and well written. I felt that it was most interesting reading after Ms. Christie was an adult.
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In her own words Dame Agatha sheds light on her life telling of her early years; her travels; her marriages; her rise to success; and the events, places, and people that shaped her work.
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For Agatha Christie fans who want to know details of how she developed certain characters, story lines, etc., this book explains quite a bit .. enjoyable !
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This book gives a lot of incite into her life
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From the book back:
Her mysteries made her the world's bestselling author, but her private life has remained hidden for decades. Now, in her own words, Dame Agatha sheds light on her secretive life and tells of her early years in Victorian England; her marriages and world travels; her rise to success; the creative process behind her acclaimed novels and plays; and the events, places, and people that shaped her work.

Every fan of Agatha Christie will delight in the engaging chronicle of this remarkable woman of mystery.

Includes 16 pages of photographs.