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Agatha Christie - W8

Agatha Christie - W8
Agatha Christie - W8
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Dame Agatha Christie, 1850 - 1976, detective novelist and playwright, lived here, 1934 - 1941.
English Heritage

Site: Agatha Christie - W8 (1 memorial)

W8, Sheffield Terrace, 58

When this house was badly damaged by bombs in 1940 Christie and her husband went to live at the modernist Lawn Road flats, now the Isokon building, in Hampstead.

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Agatha Christie - W8

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Agatha Christie

Detective novelist and playwright.  Born in Torquay, into a well-off family, ...

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