Author of Death at Greenway, a book inspired by 10 children who stayed with Agatha Christie during WWII, to hold reading in Brookfield
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Many are familiar with the work of mystery author Agatha Christie. More than two billion copies of her novels have been sold around the world.
But few got to know the author as well as the displaced children who stayed with her while London was being bombed by the Germans during World War II.
The book Death at Greenway was inspired by those ten children and their time with Christie hiding away in her country home.
The author of that book, Lori Rader-Day, will hold a reading at the Sharon Lynn Wilson Center for the Arts in Brookfield on Wednesday, Oct. 27.
Rader-Day joined CBS 58 with the center's artistic director, Koko Cooper, to tell us more about the event and the book.