Agatha Christie's England
A guide to real-life locations associated with Agatha Christie, the best-selling author of all time. It includes places she visited, where she lived and where many of her stories unfold.
Devotees may use the maps to plot travel itineraries, or as an armchair guide from which to better understand the world Christie knew and the one she created.
Agatha Christie’s England includes key locations from Christie’s novels and stories, and several used in TV adaptations.
Written and researched by Caroline Crampton, host of Shedunnit, a storytelling podcast that unravels the mysteries behind classic detective stories, this is the definitive guide to the real – and sometimes fictitious – world of Agatha Christie.
You may also enjoy this notepad, inspired by Agatha Christie's At Bertram's Hotel.
Written by: Caroline Crampton
Design: Ryan Bosse
Map (400 x 690mm), two postcards (100 x138mm)
Litho-printed in Sussex, England using vegetable oil-based inks on sustainably sourced paper.
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