Agatha Christie: The Indian hotel murder that inspired the queen of crime


In September 1911, Frances Garnett Orme, 49, was found dead in her room at the Savoy, an upmarket hotel built by an Irish barrister. A post-mortem report found that Orme had been poisoned with prussic acid – a cyanide-based poison. Her friend, Eva Mount Stephens, 36, was accused of murdering her.


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