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This is one of my favorite Miss Marple mysteries and is a real classic of the Christie style. Pick a rainy day, make a pot of tea, plate a few biscuits, settle into a comfy chair... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Susan
It's Agatha Christie, 'for peats sake'! She never wrote a story that wasn't good and unlike anything she had done before. You can't go wrong. This is a great read.Published 13 days ago by Edward Shepherd, Jr.
A wonderfully crafted mystery with a conclusion I never guessed. Very fun storytelling keeps you second guessing till the end!Published 13 days ago by Kindle Customer
Good Agatha Christie novel if you like Miss Marple. Not her best but well worth the easy and entertaining read.Published 17 days ago by Matt
What more can be said - it's Agatha at her best. This is a Miss Marple mystery although Jane is getting older and therefore enlists the help of a young woman to do the legwork. Read morePublished 27 days ago by gmboyle
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|Who does Lucy Eyelesbarrow fall for?||
Although Agatha Christie kind of left it to the readers, I think she was leading us to believe that Lucy picked Bryan. He was one of her choices but the only thing that was holding her back was his lack of practical planning in terms of the "schemes" he kept dreaming up. She thought all... Read More
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