At Bertram’s Hotel (Agatha Christie Mystery Collection)

September 27, 2016 - Comment

A typically exciting Agatha Christie, mystery that keeps the reading guessing until the end. Related Related posts: The Seven Dials Mystery (Agatha Christie Mysteries Collection) The Sittaford Mystery (Agatha Christie Mysteries Collection) Agatha Christie Mystery Collection Destination Unknown (Agatha Christie Mysteries Collection)

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Carver Green says:

WILL SOMEONE LET THE WOMAN SPEAK? This is not the book that Agatha Christie wrote. There are major differences in punctuation, word choices, and scene breaks between the original Collins and Dodd Mead editions of this novel. There are further differences between the Dodd Mead editions republished by Random House/Avenel and the Dodd Mead editions republished by Simon & Shuster/Pocket. What “improvements” have been made for the Signet edition? For every publishing house putting out her works, there seem to be a new batch of…

Anonymous says:

Ok, but not one of my Marple favorites. Miss Marple goes on vacation to stay at Bertram’s Hotel. If you were thinking she was going to have some kind of adventure like she did in _A Caribbean Mystery_ or _Nemesis_ while she was on vacation, think again. If you enjoy Miss Marple because she comes up with these wacky village parallels, you are going to be disappointed. There aren’t many here. A large part of the detecting is done my Chief Inspector Davy. Miss Marple is merely a side character in this one — she really isn’t super…

RCM says:

The Crumbling Facade Stepping into Bertram’s Hotel is like stepping into England of the past, right down to the maids and servers who work there. Everone fits ths part pefectly. All the right people stay there, a mix of nobility, clergy and fine old dames, and people seek out the hotel to have just that experience – a step back in time. Miss Marple has decided to take her vacation at Bertram’s Hotel, a place she stayed at when she was a young girl. To her great pleasure and surprise, she sees that everything at…

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