Reading Agatha Christie’s autobiography is like sitting down to tea with an especially chatty, good-natured person. Through some seventy mystery novels and thrillers as well as 149 short stories and more than a dozen plays, Agatha Christie helped create the form of classic detective fiction, in which a murder is committed and many are suspected. In the end, all but one of the suspects are eliminated, and the criminal dies or is arrested. Working within these conventions, Christie explored their limits through numerous variations to create her intellectual puzzles. Much of the charm of her work derives from its use of the novel-of-manners tradition, as she explores upper-middle-class life in the English village, a milieu that she made peculiarly her own. Agatha Christy had an amazing life and was an amazing woman. She lived life happily and in return is known as the best selling author, who has travelled the world, experienced a dig, and grew up through the two world wars. When Agatha Christie died on 12 January 1976, she was known throughout the world as the Queen of Crime, unrivalled as the best-selling novelist of all time with two billion books sold in more than 100 languages. Though she kept her private life a mystery, for some years Agatha had secretly written her autobiography, and when it was published after her death, millions of her fans agreed - this was her best story! Enjoy free online English audiobook “An Autobiography”, a breathtaking novel by Agatha Christie.