The Body in the Library: A Miss Marple Mystery

October 20, 2016 - Comment

One morning, Colonel and Dolly Bantry are awakened by their maid and informed that there is a body in the library! They immediately call the authorities and their dear old friend Miss Jane Marple. The dead young woman is soon identified as Ruby Keene, a dance hostess at a hotel. Can Miss Marple’s sharp eyes

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One morning, Colonel and Dolly Bantry are awakened by their maid and informed that there is a body in the library! They immediately call the authorities and their dear old friend Miss Jane Marple. The dead young woman is soon identified as Ruby Keene, a dance hostess at a hotel. Can Miss Marple’s sharp eyes find the motive, the truth, and the killer?

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illiandantic says:

Pretty Good, And More Marple Than the 1st Book Agatha Christie’s “The Body in the Library” is the second book in her Miss Marple Mysteries. The mystery and writing are interesting and the book fixes many of the issues I had with the first book. Specifically, there’s more Miss Marple here and the book actually reads like a mystery. In the first book, she was almost non-existent and the text read like a description of life in a small town. In this book, she’s moved up to the ranks of the main characters (though she’s still overshadowed by…

Whistlers Mom says:

Two young women are dead and the police are baffled. Send for Miss Marple! During Agatha Christie’s Edwardian childhood, there were no “play schools” and play dates.” Poor children played in the streets with other kids and some wealthier ones had a large family of siblings. But Christie’s brother and sister were much older and she spent most of her childhood with her nanny or with her grandmothers. She was fascinated by the conversations between her grandmothers and their elderly friends – women who had never had jobs, never voted, and whose opinions…

Kindle Customer says:

Classic Agatha Christie books are the best This was a classic book from Agatha Christie. I would recommend it to anybody who likes Mysteries and suspense. She really knew how to keep the reader interested.

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