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Burgh Island in Bigbury-on-Sea, England

Burgh Island is a small tidal island near Bigbury-on-Sea in England, which is remembered for its association with Agatha Christie and its grand Art Deco hotel.  The famous author loved the place so much she used it as inspiration for the location of two of her books, And Then There Were None and  Soldier Island. Several other literary notables, such as Noel Coward, have visited the island.
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