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As bombs fall on London, writer Agatha Christie considers selling a manuscript that will kill off her most famous creation.
The spy novel referenced is "N or M?" which was published in 1941. After publication, she was investigated by MI5 because the character Major Bletchley shared a name with the code-breaking center Bletchley Park. When asked about the name, she replied "Bletchley? My dear, I was stuck there on my way by train from Oxford to London and took revenge by giving the name to one of my least lovable characters."
Sir Malcolm Campbell:
I don't care if Hitler is riding on a fucking unicorn.
Disclaimer before end credits: "This film has not been endorsed, licensed or authorised by the estate of Agatha Christie or by Agatha Christie Limited."