“**A Daughter’s a Daughter**” is not a novel written by Agatha Christie under her own name. Instead, it’s a novel written by Mary Westmacott, which was one of Agatha Christie’s pseudonyms for her romance novels.
Agatha Christie wrote six romance novels under the name Mary Westmacott, and “A Daughter’s a Daughter” is one of them. The book was first published in 1952. In this novel, Christie explores themes of love, family relationships, and the complexities of mother-daughter dynamics.
The story revolves around the character Ann Prentice, a successful author and mother, and her strained relationship with her daughter Sarah. The novel delves into the emotional intricacies of their interactions, presenting a character-driven narrative that differs from Christie’s more well-known detective fiction.