Agatha Cristina, daughter of the late Australian pop legend Agatha Christie, has died.
She was 96.
She died on Monday in the family home in Sydney.
Agatha died at home.
A statement from Christie’s estate said her mother, the late British author Agatha, was “a generous and loving person”.
It said she was “deeply saddened” by her death.
Agathas father, the American writer Leo Tolstoy, is known for his novels and essays, and wrote a children’s novel about Agatha.
Agas death follows that of her brother, novelist and playwright Leo Toland, who died of a heart attack at his home in Edinburgh in 2003.
He was 81.
Agahas daughter, actress Joan Crawford, was born Agatha Gwynne in 1920 and died in 2012.
Agaia Cristina Christie was born in the Victorian town of Corfu in 1930 and raised in a family of writers.
She began her career in theatre in Britain as an actor and later worked in television before moving to the United States.
She is best known for her novels, including The Last Days of Sodom and Gomorrah.
She also wrote children’s stories for children.
The Associated Press reported that Agatha’s mother, Dorothy Christie, said Agatha had died peacefully.
Agnathas brother, actor George Harrison, told the AP she was shocked by her mother’s death.
“I think it’s a terrible loss,” he said.
“It’s hard to believe that this will ever be published.””
It’s hard to believe that this will ever be published.”