There was only one mystery Agatha Christie could not solve: her own. Why did she disappear in 1926?
The New York Times, seven decades after her disappearance, identified Agatha Christie "as the town's [Harrogate's] most famous non-resident". It is an indication that the mystery of the lost days has never ceased to fascinate Christie fans. Time has not diminished their desire to find a solution.
In this psychological mystery, Dr. Carole Owens, a practicing psychotherapist, takes on Agatha Christie as a patient to diagnose her problem and at long last solve the mystery of The Last Days of Agatha Christie.
©1995 by Dr. Carole Owens; (P)1998 by Blackstone Audiobooks
"I loved it...a solution to Agatha's unsolved mystery, a look at how psychotherapy works, and two strong characters." (Maureen Stapleton, actor and author)
The title of the book is intriguing so one has to know the outcome
"Interesting Explanation of A Christie's lost days"
The story was very interesting and the narration was quite good considering there was a constant switching between an English accent ( Agatha's ) & an American accent ( the psychologist ) . Having completely listened to all of Agatha Christie's novels amd short stories , I was looking for something that was connected to her and this short novel fitted the bill . The other fictional crime story connected to Agatha which I recommend is Max Allan Collins "London Blitz Murders"
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