“Agatha Christie” visits Library

The Friends of the Paris Library invite you to Agatha Christie: A Body of Evidence at 6:00pm on Thursday, September 29 at Paris Public Library. The free event will be about one hour, with a 45-minute performance followed by a question and answer period. Seating is limited so please call the library at 217-463-3950 or email  to reserve a seat in the meeting room.

It is April 2, 1950, in the desert of northern Iraq. Today is the day that mystery author Agatha Christie begins her autobiography; a project that would take her 20 years to complete. What inspired her to begin it? Perhaps it was a visit from you.

In the Spring of 1950, Agatha Christie accompanied her husband, archeologist Max Mallowan, to the Middle East. Join Agatha as she reminisces about her childhood and her life as a writer and adventurer.

Debra Ann Miller portrays Agatha Christie. She is a professional actress, vocalist and voice-over talent with over 30 years of experience as a performer for live audiences, television and film. Miller now focuses on writing and producing one-woman plays in which she portrays important historical women, including Mary Todd Lincoln, Jane Austen, and Louisa May Alcott. Many will remember her most recent performance at the library as Beatrix Potter in 2020.

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