Kate Mosse on Agatha Christie’s Disappearance

 

 

Kate Mosse on Agatha Christie’s Disappearance PART TWO of a series with the renowned author.

Author Kate Mosse – who fell in love with the books of Agatha Christie as a child  – has been commissioned by the BBC to write a short story to commemorate the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie’s birth on September 15. Hers is the first work of fiction commissioned by the BBC and for it she wrote a fictionalised account of Agatha Christie’s 11-day disappearance in 1926. The story will be exclusively available on bbc.com/culture and bbc.com/Britain.

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Published on 15th September 2015

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