Married to the eminent archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan, Agatha Christie enjoyed a life of travel and participated in many excavations. The articles in this book investigate the influence this had on her fiction, and recreate her life in the Orient. The book is profusely illustrated in both colour and black and white.
The card covers are in near fine condition, clean and fresh, with bumping to the base of the spine and some light handing marks. the binding is tight and the content is clean, unmarked and in fine condition.
This book weighs over 1k, hence £5.60 will be added for postage via Royal Mail, second class.
Agatha Christie and Archaeology
- Published by the British Museum, 2001
- First English edition
- 467 pages