‘The Christie Affair’ Novel Is Being Made Into a Limited Series

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Author Nina de Gramont has a novel coming out, entitled The Christie Affair, which is a reimagining of the 11-day disappearance of Agatha Christie.
Miramax TV is producing a limited TV series, based on the novel, with Juliette Towhidi (Death Comes to Pemberley) set to write the screenplay, reports Deadline.
Christie is known for her fiction writing, publishing a number of mystery novels. But her own life was riddled with mystery.
In 1926, she went missing, vanishing without a word.
According to The New York Times, she got in her car and drove away. She was in the middle of a divorce, and her husband was having an affair, which she knew about. Her alarming disappearance made headlines, with the authorities in search of her. 
There were theories about her whereabouts, including her hiding in plain sight in London, disguised as a man.
Eventually, she was tracked down, found at a spa in Yorkshire, England.
She returned home, but with no explanation.
Christie was 36 at the time of her disappearance and lived until 85, passing away in 1976.
The novel expands on the story, describing the relationship between Christie and her husband’s mistress, and how the rivals became allies.
The Christie Affair is set to publish February 1, 2020.
The TV adaptation has just been announced, with a start date still to come.
Are you going to get a head start on the series by reading the book first?