The Thirteen Problems (Miss Marple Mysteries)

July 5, 2013 - Comment

Miss Marple puts her deductive skills to use in thirteen of her most fiendish cases in this short story collection from the reigning matriarch of mystery. Related Related posts: Miss Marple( The Complete Short Stories( A Miss Marple Collection)[MISS MARPLE THE COMP SHORT STO][Paperback] The Blue Geranium (Miss Marple) The Thirteen Problems (Miss Marple) The

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sweetmolly says:

Thriteen Is A Lucky Number Picture yourself with a group of friends that include Miss Jane Marple. Sitting around the fire, someone brings up the idea of presenting mysteries that only you know the answer, and the other friends must solve. Guess who wins hands down every time? Yes, that little lady with lace mitts who is knitting little fluffy things.

Gary F. Taylor "GFT" says:

Very, very enjoyable for newcomers and longtime fans alike I’m not generally fond of short stories, but there exceptions: Somerset Maugham, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Dorothy Parker… and Agatha Christie. At her best, Agatha Christie’s short stories are the equal of any by these more literary writers–and THE THIRTEEN PROBLEMS is very much Agatha Christie at her best. The individual stories are loosely tied together as something of a party game: after dinner each guest is required to present a mystery to which he or she knows the solution and the other…

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