BIOGRAPHIES (A2)

AGATHA

  • DO YOU KNOW THIS WOMAN?
  • WHERE WAS SHE FROM?
  • WHAT WAS HER JOB?
  • WHAT KIND OF BOOKS DID SHE WRITE?
  • WHAT ALWAYS HAPPENS IN HER NOVELS?
  • HOW DO THE POLICE FIND OUT WHO THE MURDERER IS?
  • DO YOU KNOW THE NAME OF ANY OF HER FAMOUS NOVELS?

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Posted on February 22, 2016, in BITS & PIECES and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Yes, I know Agatha Christie. Se was from Torquay, England and she was born in 1890. She was an English crime novelis, short story writer and playwright. In her books, she wrote repeatedly about Hercules Poirot. Her first novel was The mysterious affair at Styles and her second novel was The Secret Adversary. After that, she wrote about sixty-six novels.
    Christie disappeared in 1926. The police found her car near a lake, but she wasn’t here. A lot of people, policeman and volunteers, were looking for her. Eleven days after her disappearance, she was found in a hotel.

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  2. She`s Agatha Christie. She was born in England in 1890. She was a writer. She wrote a mystery novels and there’s always a murderer in her stories but Hercules Poirot, main character, helps to resolved it.
    The name of any of her famous novels is Murder on the Orient Express.

    Thanks for your time.

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