A Body of Evidence
It is April the 2nd, 1950, in the desert of northern Iraq. Today is the day that Agatha Christie begins her autobiography; a project that would take her 20 years to complete. What inspired her to begin it? Perhaps it was a visit from you.
In the Spring of 1950, Agatha Christie accompanied her husband, archeologist Max Mallowan to Iran and the tells of Kalhu; the ancient city also known as Nimrud. Join Agatha Christie in Beit Agatha as she reminisces with you about her childhood, her life as a writer and adventurer, and contemplates beginning her autobiography- a project that took nearly 20 years.