Agatha Christie is a famous writer of mystery whose achievement in this field of writing has not yet been reached by other writers of the same genre. Her real name is Agatha Miller, born in 1890. She has enjoyed financial stability through her books despite her divorce with his husband. It was believed that she got her inspiration for her mystery books from the character of his first husband, who was described as cruel but good looking and mysterious guy. Many of the themes of her mystery stories are inspired by her unpleasant and unhappy married life. In her 86 years of existence, she was able to write seventy books, twenty-four plays and many collections of short stories. There were even three books that were published after her death in 1976, which was about the death of the detective, the famous character in her novels, Hercule Poirot.
Agatha Christie was considered one of the most prolific writers of her time. She published one or two books in a year. Her knowledge in poisons, being a nurse in the World War II has been instrumental in the making of her mystery stories. She got useful information about poisons when she was assigned to work in the pharmacy. Sometimes, she got her inspiration from the places she’d been into as well on from the events that she encountered in her life. Some of her famous works include The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Ten Little Indians, The Mousetrap, The Curtain Concerning the Death of Poirot and Sleeping Murder.