I've been an Agatha Christie fan for a long time, so I was interested in how Andrew Wilson would dramatize this very dramatic period of Christie's life. The afterword was fascinating to me - he evidently did a lot of research to aid in this novel of historical fiction.
Christie's brilliant mind was ever on display, and I loved her ability to reason her way out of every possible situation. The copious knowledge and employment of poisons is a Christie classic, and I was glad they were so central to the plot of this novel. I'm curious about the sequel, and how much fact from her life is included. Just curious enough to check it out.