Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller, world-renowned as Agatha Christie, was born in Torquay, United Kingdom, on 15 September 1890. He died on 12 January 1976.
She is the author of a large number of mystery novels. In fact, she is one of the pioneers of the genre and is known as “the great lady of mystery” or “the great lady of crime”.
Although she wrote many independent novels, she created several characters that appear on a recurring basis in his work:
- Hercule Poirot
- Miss Marple
- Tommy and Tuppence Beresford
- Ariadne Oliver
- Harley Quin
- Parker Pyne
Many of his novels have been adapted into theatre, film or television.
The best information is found on her official websites: