Agatha Christie’s mysterious disappearance: What really happened?
Author Agatha Christie has sold an estimated 2 billion copies of her work, second only to the Bible and the works of William Shakespeare. But as people continue reading their secrets today, many have forgotten the greatest secret in Christie's life - a sensational disappearance that took place not long after the First World War. This disappearance is the focus of a new novel by Marie Benedict. Jeff Glor sat down with her.
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