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Fans of the amiable, omniscient Miss Marple will be delighted by the first publication in one volume of all 20 short stories that Christie centered on the elderly sleuth. Wearing her black lace mittens, Miss Marple sits in her chair, knitting and digesting details of murders of all descriptions (from poisonings to a drowning to a shooting by bow and arrow). She manages, of course, to see through all false identities and bogus alibis, and neatly solves each puzzle, no matter how obscure or far-fetched. The bulk of the stories are gathered from The Tuesday Club murders, chronicling the meetings of a group formed by Miss Marple and a handful of her friends. The members take turns recounting mysteries to which they know the answers, while the others take a stab at cracking the cases. Readers will have fun playing along, but beware: Miss Marple is fierce competition. Foreign rights: Hughes Massie. December 2
Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
'The plots are so good that one marvels ... most of them would have made a full length thriller.' Daily Mirror --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
Interesting as an overview of her early writing and how it progressed. So much time has passed and mores have changed they seem too simplistic now, but interesting as a look back... Read morePublished 21 months ago by M. Elyse St George
Agatha Christie is always the best. Read the whole book in a day. Wish I could get more on dvdsPublished on Dec 14 2012 by rita nurnberg
The Tuesday Club Murders - Widow Rosemary Lucus did it.
Murder at the Vicarage - Housekeeper Mrs. White did it.
The Body in the Library - Mr. Read more
these were some good mystery stories, some of the better ones that i have readPublished on April 9 2002