‘The Science of Agatha Christie’: When the impossible must be possible
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Meg Hafdahl and Kelly Florence are back with their six book in their series The Science of Agatha Christie.
Through interviews, literary and film analysis, and bone-chilling discoveries, the pair uncover the science behind the sixty-six detective novels and fourteen short story collections that have become an integral part of the modern murder mystery.
“We look at what is the real science behind these poisons that these characters are using. Or what was happening in the the story and what inspired her,” Kelly told The Lift.
“The interesting thing about Agatha Christie is she really knew her chemistry.”
Meg and Kelly have been writing a book every six months. Kelly says, “We love it. This is our passion.”