This is an excerpt of the 15th of September 2016 article written by Olivia Waring for Metro.co.uk.
Can you spot the clues hiding in Royal Mail’s new killer stamps to mark 100 years since Agatha Christie wrote her first novel?
Today, Agatha Christie’s 126th birthday has been marked with the launch of a cryptic set of stamps, perfect for all you wannabe Poirots and Miss Marples out there.On what is 100 years since Agatha Christie wrote The Mysterious Affair At Styles, Royal Mail have released six unique designs, each themed on one of the writer’s many fabulous detective novels, including And Then There Were None – which was dramatised by the BBC last Christmas.
‘What’s so special about these killer stamps?’ we hear you ask. Well, they contain ‘clues’, and you’ll need a UV light, body heat and very good eyesight (or a magnifying glass) to spot them all. ...continue reading and view stamps »