John Curran is a lifelong Agatha Christie fan. He lives in Dublin, Ireland.
Agatha Christie had become the world’s most popular author by the time she died in 1976, at age 85. She sold more than two billion copies worldwide, in more than one hundred countries. Christie had achieved the impossible—more than one book every year since the 1920s, every one a bestseller.
For many years John edited the official Agatha Christie Newsletter and acted as a consultant to the National Trust during the restoration of Greenway House, Dame Agatha’s Devon home.
John has been working with Agatha Christie’s grandson, Mathew Prichard, to establish the Agatha Christie Archive.
He is currently writing a doctoral thesis on Agatha Christie at Trinity College, Dublin.