Admirers of the late, great Agatha Christie and her work, take note: her fan letters are to be published in commemoration of her upcoming birthday anniversary.
Britain's queen of crime writing kept hundreds of letters over the years, from members of the public and even famous novelist, P.G. Wodehouse. Most moving is a note from a Polish woman, who writes that her copy of The Man In The Brown Suit helped her survive a German labour camp in wartime.
To read the letters, and see what else is planned for The Mousetrap author's 125th celebrations, visit www.agathachristie.com
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