Come, Tell Me How You Liveby Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie was already a celebrated writer of mysteries when, in 1930, she married the archaeologist Max Mallowan. In the pre-war years thereafter, Christie enthusiastically joined her husband on various archaeological expeditions in the Middle East, and these shared adventures, these happy and memorable times, provided her not only with the background for several of her novels, but also with the "everyday doings and happenings" which she zestfully describes in the pages of this high-spirited memoir, which was first published in 1946. New Introduction by David Pryce-Jones.
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