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 many questions which are still unanswered today – during a fascinating program at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at our Lake Branch.

Mollie Burns, a librarian at the branch, will explain how Agatha Christie became the original gone girl. Her talk is free to attend. Due to limited space, registration is required. Sign up on our website or by calling us at 440-257-2512.