Murder She Wrote

Her works reflect these interests in her fictional locales ; the English countryside ... the point of view of a young British nurse , Amy 172 Murder She Wrote.

Murder She Wrote

Author: Patricia D. Maida

Publisher: Popular Press

ISBN: 9780879722159

Page: 199

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This book explores the inter-relationships between Agatha Christie and her works to seek the wholeness in the Christie experience. The authors perceive an integration in personal experience and moral and aesthetic values between the woman and her art.

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