Agatha Christie Once Denied Damehood

Written by Brandon Williams on Sunday, October 7th, 2012

It has been revealed that Agatha Christie was denied damehood in the 50’s because her work was “too lowbrow” for the prestigious honour. At the time, it was thought that she was “not worth more than the CBE.”


London’s Agatha Christie Memorial Gets Go-Ahead

Written by Jenny Brady on Saturday, August 11th, 2012

A London memorial to the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, has been given the go ahead. The statue will be sculpted by Ben Twiston-Davies and will be placed in Covent Garden, between Great Newport Street and Cranbourn Street in the heart of London’s theatreland. The bronze statue has been commissioned by The Mousetrap play’s producer […]


Agatha’s “Crooked House” To Get Film Adaptation

Written by Julie Vegas on Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired the rights in the United States, Canada and other international territories to the Agatha Christie novel Crooked House.


18 Agatha Christie Books Sell For £20K

Written by Ella Thomson on Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

Kidson-Trigg Auctioneers has sold 18 first-edition novels by classic English author Agatha Christie for a staggering £20,000 (approx. $32,200 USD). The books belonged to Agatha’s assistant Charlotte Fisher.


Agatha Christie Letters To Be Published

Written by Jenny Brady on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

Never-before-seen letters by legendary English mystery author Agatha Christie will soon see the light of the day for the first time ever.