Agatha Christie, the famous mystery writer of Death on the Nile and Murder on the Orient Express, was once the subject of a mystery herself. After a spat with her husband, she went missing for 11 days in 1926. Nobody knew where she went!

Discover the story behind her disappearance – including some questions which are still unanswered today – with Mollie Burns, a librarian at our Lake Branch.

By the way, we love a good mystery at Mentor Public Library, and we’ve hosted several of our favorite mystery authors over the years. You can see our interviews with them (and, in a few cases, their entire talks) on our YouTube channel, including: