Reviewed by Karen Lane, Need a Read
Nina de Gramont’s The Christie Affair is the most intriguing, clever and unputdownable novel that you’ll read this year. It’s a story of star-crossed lovers, heartbreak, revenge, and a real Agatha Christie-type murder as well as a brilliant re-imagination of one of the most talked-about unsolved mysteries of the twentieth century. Here I am chatting about the book.
“The Christie Affair is a genuine marvel. An astonishingly clever novel that manages to be both a deeply satisfying mystery and a profoundly moving story about lost love and the many ways in which grief can shape one’s character. Full of unexpected twists and written in beautiful prose, The Christie Affair brilliantly answers a question that has haunted readers for years: What happened to Agatha Christie in the days she was missing? Nina de Gramont takes this thread of a story and weaves it into a rich and vibrant tapestry.” – Kristin Hannah, author of The Four Winds
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