A Caribbean Mystery

October 20, 2016 - Comment

Miss Jane Marple is vacationing in luxurious St. Honoré in the Caribbean Islands. Just as she begins to get used to the slow and monotonous island life, a shocking question awakes her dormant curiosity: “Would you like to see a picture of a murderer?” Suddenly, the same man who had asked her this is found

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Miss Jane Marple is vacationing in luxurious St. Honoré in the Caribbean Islands. Just as she begins to get used to the slow and monotonous island life, a shocking question awakes her dormant curiosity: “Would you like to see a picture of a murderer?” Suddenly, the same man who had asked her this is found dead in his room the next morning. As fellow hotel residents brush off this event, Miss Marple begins to dig deeper into this, more than coincidental, death

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Whistlers Mom says:

The weakest of the Miss Marple series, but still worth a read Agatha Christie wrote her first book featuring Miss Jane Marple in 1930 and eventually published thirteen full-length books and several collections of stories in which the quiet, elderly spinster solved a variety of crimes. Usually it was murder. Christie was a firm believer in the appeal of violent, unnatural death. “When in doubt, bring in another body” was her motto and it worked for her. 

kindlefan says:

Miss Marple in the Caribbean Love all things Christie. She always manages to have a good mystery with some twists and turns told in clean language and in interesting settings. 

@GroupOfFour says:

Miss Marple Can’t Even Relax in the Caribbean! Miss Marple is sent off to the Caribbean for a little relaxation. Of course, the resort where she is staying is all you could want on the surface, but soon a murder takes place and all of the interesting guests become a bit more interesting to her! It’s a usual Christie mystery with clues sprinkled throughout and a confidant with whom Miss Marple can discuss the plot.

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