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Miss Marple senses danger when she visits a friendliving in Stoneygates, a rehabilitation center fordelinquents. Her fears are confirmed when someoneshoots at the administrator. Although he is notinjured, a mysterious visitor is less fortunate—shotdead simultaneously in another part of the building.
Pure coincidence? Miss Marple thinks not, andmust use all her cunning to solve the riddle of thestranger’s visit … and his murder.
I never get tired of reading Agatha Christie's mysteries. If one waits a few years before reading one again it is just like new. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James Streit
A good solid read with the usual Christie crowd of red herrings. This story was presented on Masterpiece Mystery with some subtle changes, but otherwise made for an excellent... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ursus Jr.
I had forgotten how much I enjoy Agatha Christie. Such a very skilled mystery writer. Even when you know how things are shaping up, your still surprised at the ending.Published 8 months ago by Dianne Watkins
I haven't read much Agatha Christie (except for a Poirot novel in French which wasn't much fun) but I had seen the BBC/Joan Hickson Miss Marple stories. Read morePublished 12 months ago by albionphoto
What can I say? It is a great book. I think it may be free of foul language and it is free of sexual situations (because of when it was written), which I appreciate.Published 14 months ago by kidsmom
I love mysterys and of course I love Agatha Christie never fail to please with plots within plots you LWys think you figure it out but at the end you relize your no Miss MarplePublished 15 months ago by Janet Bergland
But really enjoyable reading. No violence (except for murder), thought provoking, and three diminsional characters. Could be set today if there was a writer as good as Christie.Published 16 months ago by Maralynn Meyers
This was an excellent representation of the expertise Christie has in the world of mystery novels. She never disappoints .Published 16 months ago by PMR
The setting is the estate of Carrie Louise and Lewis Serrocold which has been turned into a retreat for wayward people, run by Carrie Louise's husband, to rehabilitate people who... Read morePublished 17 months ago by brian komyathy