Agatha Christie's disappearance in December 1926 as seen in a new light: a real life mystery as gripping as any of her novels
Andrew Norman was born in Newbury, Berkshire, in 1943. Having been educated at Thornhill High School, Gwelo, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and St Edmund Hall, Oxford, he qualified in medicine at the Radcliffe Infirmary. From 1972-1983, Norman worked as a general practitioner in Poole, Dorset, before a spinal injury cut short his medical career. He is now an established writer whose published works include biographies of Thomas Hardy, T. E. Lawrence, Sir Francis Drake, Adolf Hitler, Enid Blyton, Charles Darwin and Agatha Christie.