Yet some prolific writers have made a deep impression on the public consciousness. Consider Agatha Christie, arguably the most popular writer of the 20th century, whose entire oeuvre remains in print. She wrote 91 books, 82 under her own name and nine under a nom de plume — Mary Westmacott — or her married name, Agatha Christie Mallowan. [emphasis added]
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And Then There Were None voted top Agatha Christie novel. (BBC News, 9/1/2015)
The 1939 thriller received 21% of the votes, with Murder on the Orient Express and The Murder of Roger Ackroyd coming second and third respectively.
Fans were asked to choose a favourite to mark the 125th anniversary of Christie's birth on 15 September.
And Then There Were None depicts 10 strangers stranded on an island, all accused of getting away with murder.
While reading a Stephen King essay in the New York Times (part 1). (9/1/2015)
While reading a Stephen King essay in the New York Times (part 2) (9/1/2015)
While reading a Stephen King essay in the New York Times (part 3) (9/1/2015)