Publishing

At ACL we license original works for publication, as well as exploring options to license non-fiction titles, playscripts, educational resources and continuation novels.

To speak to someone about publishing Christie's works, please contact Julia Wilde or Christina Macphail.

Agatha Christie’s works are published throughout the world in over 50 languages. The appetite for reading Christie continues to flourish, with new readers constantly discovering her murder mysteries. Reading an Agatha Christie book is a rite of passage into adulthood, and a comfortable, familiar read for those that have already discovered her stories, with the colourful characters and charming settings encouraging the reader to escape into another world. Christie’s use of language makes her eminently translatable, and easily adaptable for educational tools and adult learners.

To explore Christie's stories, please visit www.agathachristie.com.

Publishing Case Studies

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The Killings at Kingfisher Hill

The fourth Poirot continuation novel from author Sophie Hannah, The Killings at Kingfisher Hill, was published in the UK on 20th August and the US on 15th September, with international release dates rolling out from the end of the summer.

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Publishing Case Study: Closed Casket

The second Poirot mystery written by Sophie Hannah was published on 6th September 2016.

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Publishing case study: The Monogram Murders

The Monogram Murders was the first Poirot novel written for 39 years, and the first ever continuation novel approved by Agatha Christie’s family.

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Contact Information

Julia Wilde (for English language publishing enquiries)
Director of Business Development and Marketing
juliawilde@agathachristie.com

Christina Macphail (for foreign language publishing enquiries)
International Business Development Manager
christinamacphail@agathachristie.com