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Agatha Christie’s Poirot (1969) is an adaptation of the French play, and is often used as a reference to the British government’s handling of the 1968 protests that brought down Margaret Thatcher.
Christie’s book also inspired the film starring John Hurt, who played the fictional Poirots.
A recent poll found that nearly 70% of Brits have a negative view of Poirotes.
A 2015 study by political scientist Mark Zandi found that 66% of respondents had a negative opinion of the book.
The latest study was conducted by political scientists Robert Neumann and Thomas A. Coyle, with support from the Centre for European Reform.
Their research revealed that nearly one-third of respondents, or 33% of those surveyed, have an unfavorable view of Christie’s work.
Christie is best known for her novels and films, but her books are also popular with other authors, including David Foster Wallace, Bret Easton Ellis, James Patterson, Stephen King and Stephen King himself.
Christie was born in London on June 24, 1911.
She became a journalist in 1954, and worked at the New York Times and the Washington Post.
She was married to a British newspaper editor, John F. Christie, and the couple had three children.
Christie left the Times in 1966 and went to work for the National Health Service, a private company.
In 1977, she was elected to Parliament as the first woman to be elected to the House of Commons.
Christie had a long career, and became a best-selling author, including her best-known work, The Crucible.
Christie also worked as a film producer, including the 1996 film The Bridge on the River Kwai.
Christie has also won several Oscars, including a Golden Globe Award for best actress in a comedy, and a Grammy Award for Best American Songwriter.
Christie and her husband John wrote a number of novels, including The Scarlet Letter and The Queen of Earth.
Christie died in 2007.
Her husband died in 1999, and Christie also had a daughter, Agatha.
Christie remains a popular writer, especially for young children.
She wrote several children’s books, including Her Heart Will Go On and The Poet’s Daughter.
Christie wrote her final book, The Book of Love, in 2013.
The Poirotic (1961) is a novel set in the world of the Poirotlos.
The book tells the story of the fictional Queen, whose reign of terror is interrupted when she learns that a young prince is actually her brother.
Her brother is killed by a poirotic.
The title comes from the Latin word poirote, meaning ‘to destroy’, and refers to a series of acts that are typically performed by the Poitoos, a group of assassins.
Christie used the character of the Queen as a model for many of her characters, and her works were later adapted into numerous films.
Christie retired from writing in 2001, but remained active in publishing.
Christie continued to write for several decades, and she died in 2011.