Dame Agatha Christie is a popular British author; Guinness Book of World Records lists her as the bestselling author of all times. She had written 66 detective novels, 14 short stories, and even had time to write 6 romantic novels under the pseudonym of Mary Westmacott. I think she would probably be best known for her creation of the brilliant but rather busy-body Jane Marple and the Belgian Hercule Poirot.
Agatha Christie’s play called The Mousetrap is the longest running show of the modern age. It opened in the West End in 1952 and it had continued to run eversince.
Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, DBE
I learned that one can never go back, that one should not ever try to go back – that the essence of life is going forward. Life is really a one – way street.