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.
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The title of the book is intriguing so one has to know the outcome
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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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