Murder at the Vicarage (Miss Marple Mysteries)

July 7, 2013 - Comment

Miss Jane Marple’s passion for gossip leads to the investigation of a local man’s murder. The victim was not liked in the least, and his death isn’t raising eyebrows. But his recently revealed secrets are. Related Related posts: Miss Marple: The Complete Collection The Murder at the Vicarage (Miss Marple Mysteries) Miss Marple Omnibus: “Nemesis”,

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Antoinette Klein says:

Long ago Murder Haunts Young Newlyweds Gwenda and Giles Reed surely must be ranked as two of Agatha Christie’s most endearing characters. Too bad they didn’t have their own series like Tommy and Tuppence. As young newlyweds fresh from New Zealand, they come to Giles native England looking for their first home. Gwenda is immediately captivated by a Victorian villa known as Hillside, but after she moves in, strange feelings of deja vu grip the young bride. Has she been here before? Is the house haunted? And who is the woman she…

Antoinette Klein says:

Fiction’s Favorite Spinster Detective in Her First Case “The Murder at the Vicarage” is memorable because it introduces the delightful Miss Jane Marple. With her love of gardening, binoculars for bird-watching close-at-hand, and an uncanny ability to find similarities between the present situation and her past experiences and acquaintances, Miss Marple is introduced in her home village of St. Mary Mead. We will return here many times and reacquaint ourselves with the characters introduced in this mystery—the vicar Leonard Clement and…

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