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Hot Cross Buns The hot cross bun, typically eaten on Good Friday, is a tradition that Christians appear to have adopted from pagans. It is said that the bun’s cross was originally to quarter the bun with regard to the four quarters of the moon. However, Christians re-interpreted it as the cross of the crucifixion.… More Hot Cross Buns
Agatha Christies first novel was The Mysterious Affair at Styles. The method of death in The Mysterious Affair at Styles is poison and was so well described that Agatha received an unprecedented honour for a writer of fiction – a review in the Pharmaceutical Journal. The Mysterious Affair at Styles was also the first to… More Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot
Agatha Christie, the queen of crime was born in 1890. She is the best selling female author in the world – second only to Shakespeare and The Bible. Two of her recurring detectives, Poirot and Miss Marple, have become watchwords in quality crime fiction. During her long career, Agatha wrote 80 crime novels and short… More Agatha Christie – the Queen of Crime
Agatha Christie, the queen of crime Born Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller on 15 September 1890 in Torquay, Devon, South West England, in 1912 she met and married Archie Christie. They had a daughter, Rosalind, in 1919 but later divorced and Agatha married Max Mallowan, the world famous archaeologist. Their a marriage lasted forty-six years. … More Agatha Christie
The murder mystery genre’ is alive and well and living at an on-line bookstore just a mouse click away. How is it that this over-utilized method of story-telling has remained so fresh and compelling after well over a hundred years? The answer lies in the basics of writing. Tell a compelling story An author must… More Why are murder mystery stories so loved?