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In utter disbelief, Miss Marple read the letteraddressed to her from the recently deceasedMr. Rafiel—an acquaintance she had met brieflyon her travels. He had left instructions for her toinvestigate a crime after his death. The only problemwas, he had failed to tell her who was involved orwhere and when the crime had been committed.It was most intriguing.
Soon she is faced with a new crime—the ultimatecrime—murder. It seems someone is adamant thatpast evils remained buried. . . .--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Jason Rafiel, a querulous and crippled millionaire first appeared in a Caribbean Mystery where he formed a deep respect for Miss Jane Marple. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Richard Schwindt
This has to be one of the most captivating books Agatha Christie has written. Don't start reading it unless you have a few hours to devote. Read morePublished on Dec 31 2002
A great read for Miss Marple fans and her best "on the road" mystery that takes the clever spinster out of her beloved St. Mary Mead. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2002 by JR
Agatha Christie has done it again. Another totally entertaing mystery. This is a mystery brain twister and a must read for Agatha Christie fans and mysteries fans alike. Read morePublished on Aug. 24 2001 by "auorchid"
Miss Marple is charged by her old aquaintance, Mr. Raffiel to solve a mystery involving his long lost son. Mr. Read morePublished on July 11 2001 by Moe811
Readers of Nemisis are in for a real treat. I am a 23 year old college student, who really has nothing in common with Jane Marple other than the fact that we both enjoy mysteries. Read morePublished on May 2 2001 by Jerred Stephenson
Miss Jane Marple, an elderly lady with a knack for solving mysteries, took up a challenge given to her by the late Mr. Rafiel. Miss Marple was very surprised to learn that Mr. Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2001 by kate
If there were 3 1/2 stars, that's how I would have rated this book.
I did not find it as exemplary as some of Agatha Crhistie's work, however I did like it more than most of... Read more