Saturday, November 25, 2006

Madame Tussaud's- Agatha Christie


And then there were none. . . Agatha Christie is perhaps the most recognized mystery writer of all time. With over 80 novels to her credit, she has remained the gold standard of mystery writing. Here, she sits in the conservatory awaiting all onlookers. A very realistic figure, even her "old woman legs" seem accurate. Not many authors become household names, and far fewer can be recognized by sight, but Christie managed to achieve both honors.

A close up of Dame Agatha Christie shows her late in life.

View more information on Agatha Christie here.

Visit the Madame Tussaud's London website here.


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