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Agatha Christie

(1890—1976) writer


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(1890–1976),

novelist: b. and brought up in Torquay; disappears to Harrogate; d. Wallingford; buried in Cholsey. The Mousetrap 1952, The 4.50 from Paddington 1957, At Bertram's Hotel 1965.

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