Agatha Christie in Torquay England

January 1, 2011 in Agatha Christie, British literature, Classic Writers, Mystery Writers

Agatha Christie in Torquay EnglandHappy New Year to all our literary travelers! In order to ring in 2011, we start with a fan favorite: Agatha Christie.  She is one of those authors you just have to admire.  Her brilliantly woven stories and exciting life make her an enigmatic and well-respected writer of mystery.  Christie seemed to have “owned” the mystery genre in a sense.  She even won accolades over his male counterparts–not an easy feat in the early to mid 20th century.

Thus, Christie was a trailblazer in many ways.  In our latest article by DJ Coode entitled Agatha Christie’s Torquay, learn how and where Christie developed her plot lines and mystery writing chops.  Christie always considered Torquay home, so join DJ Coode as she journeys to all the spots Christie roamed and loved.

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