Anais Nin. French-Cuban author. Bohemian. Kept over 60 years worth of journals, many of which were published posthumously. One of the first and one of the greatest writers of female erotica. Had a famous, passionate affair with Henry Miller, as well as a strange obsession with his wife June.
Agatha Christie  1920s Bibliography: 1920 The Mysterious Affair at Styles, Hercule Poirot; 1922 The Secret Adversary, Tommy and Tuppence; 1923 The Murder on the Links, Hercule Poirot; 1924 The Man in the Brown Suit, Anne Beddingfeld; 1925 The Secret of Chimneys, Superintendent Battle; 1926 The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Hercule Poirot; 1927 The Big Four, Hercule Poirot; 1928 The Mystery of the Blue Train, Hercule Poirot; 1929 The Seven Dials Mystery,Superintendent Battle
“The time had come when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” I quote Ms Nin. In the moon’s silvery glow I became Sabina, the young bohemian I had breathlessly devoured through the pages of A Spy in the House of Love, the character disdaining all commitments to dedicate her life to the pursuit of pleasure. http://chloethurlow.com/2013/09/anais-nin-ruined-life/