Mary Westmacott is a pseudonym that Agatha used for six books. Although, she has thousands of fans worldwide who know her as mystery novelist Agatha Christie, very few have read the Mary Westmacott books.
These books are also novels but they are deeper, more serious than her other books. They portray and examine human relationships, emotions and feelings.
I have read only four out of the six and have found them just as interesting as the crime novels. They have that same unputdownable quality that characterizes the mystery novels. This is not surprising because it is knowledge and observation of human behaviour and reactions that form the basis of both Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple ‘s sleuthing.