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Miss Perry is a stage play in two acts written by Agatha Christie but which was never published or performed. The researcher John Curran discovered a plot outline in Agatha Christie's notebook 53.[1]

In 2012, Dutch collector Ralf M.M. Stultiëns announced that he had discovered and acquired the hitherto unpublished manuscript. The manuscript, some 80 pages long came from the inventory Hughes Massie & Co Ltd, Agatha Christie’s former literary agency.[2]

Some internet resources state the play was written about 1964 (no citations). This accords with the other contents in notebook 53 which cover the 1950s and 1960s.

References

  1. John Curran, Agatha Christie's Secret Notebooks: Fifty Years of Mysteries in the Making (London: HarperCollins, 2011), 31.
  2. 'Miss Perry': lost Agatha Christie play found!
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