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Agatha Christie: Lesser known facts about Agatha Christie:
Knighthood: Agatha and her first husband- both were knighted by the British government in their respective fields. (Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1956 and a Dame Commander of the same order in 1971.) In 1971 she was appointed a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) for her contribution to literature – awarded as Lady Mallowan.
Awards: In 1955, Christie was the first person to receive the Mystery Writers of America's highest honor -the Grand Master Award. On her 125th Birthday on September 15, her fellow authors of the Crime Writers' Association adjudged “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd” as the best crime novel ever. It was a fit birthday gift to her – posthumous though. For gifting favorite books to your favs, log on to booklane.in to get exciting discounts and fantastic offers.
Popularity: She was only outsold by the Holy Bible and Shakespeare- such is the popularity of her detective novels and stories which are translated in 103 languages of the world – she is the maximum translated author in the world. She has written 66 novels and 14 short stories. Collections, She has also written 14 romantic novels under the pen name of Mary Westmacott. Many of her books and short stories have been made into serials or shows for television, radio, video games, and comics, and more than thirty feature films were produced based on her work.
Play: She has also written a play which is the longest-running play in London – The Mousetrap, 27000 times until April 2019.
Best of the Best Sellers: And Then There Were None is her best-selling novel- a sale of 100 million copies to date, a world record of the world's best-selling mystery ever, and one of the best-selling novels of all time until now. And Then There Were None is a murder mystery by her. She considered it as the most difficult of her books to write. Initially published in the United Kingdom by the Collins Crime Club on 6 November 1939, as its base was “Ten Little Niggers” a minstrel song, around which the story revolves as the pivotal plot point. For getting the best of her books log on to booklane.in at a substantial cashback of almost 50%.
Greenway House: She wrote her two books Dead Man’s Folly and Five Little Pigs at the Greenway, bought by her in 1938 it was a holiday home. She bought this house as a relaxing center for the family. But later on her grandson Mathew Pichard donated the house to the National Trust ( Britain). It has been converted into a visiting place for the public. It was also used as a place to shoot many of her shows and cinema adaptations.
Lesser-known stories: Ten very not so popular stories which we would recommend you are :
After the funeral – , ( Hercule Poirot), Cards on the Table  ( Hercule Poirot), Endless Night –  was written in six weeks, Mrs. McGinty’s Dead 1952, Murder in Mesopotamia , Murder is Easy -1938, N or M , Sleeping Murder , Sparkling Cyanide , They Do it With Mirrors .
Movies: Ten Best Movies Made Based on Agatha Christie’s novels :
- Witness for the Prosecution (1957)
- 2. Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
- 3. Murder, She Said (1961)
- 4. Death on the Nile (1978)
- 5. And Then There Were None (1945)
- 6. Evil Under the Sun (1982)
- Murder at the Gallop (1963)
- 8. The Mirror Crack’d (1980)
- 9. Ten Little Indians (1965)
- Honorable Mention: A Night of Terror (1937)
These are few of the less known facts about the greatest mystery novel writer ever Agatha Christie and creator of one of the greatest detectives ever Hercule Poirot. You can read best Agatha Christie Books like Peril at End House book, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd book, Five Little Pigs book, etc. only on Booklane at a great price. Go to https://www.booklane.in/authors/agatha-christie/ now and save up to 70% with Buy Read Return.