Google Doodle: Celebrating famous writers birthday

When on the Google website today you may have noticed that the logo has been changed once again, due to Google Doodle. Some people may not understand what the odd looking scene is as it is not blatantly obvious like some of the varying ones we have had in the past.

Today’s theme is to celebrate what would be the birthday of famous crime novelist Agatha Christie. The banner is portraying a crime scene in which one of the O’s is a dead women lying in the middle of the room surrounded by other relevant characters from her writing. The G is depicting Christie’s fictional detective Hercule Poirot who can be recognized with his trademark mustache and bow tie.

Agatha Christie was born 120 years ago to this day (15th September 1890) and since has sold over 2 billion copies of her books in 44 different languages according to Mashable. The most notable piece of work Agatha Christie wrote was Murder on the Orient Express, which continues to sell copies even to this day!

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