What Mrs. McGillicudy Saw (Miss Marple)

August 21, 2016 - Comment

For an instant the two trains ran together, side by side. In that frozen moment, Elspeth witnessed a murder. Helplessly, she stared out of her carriage window as a man remorselessly tightened his grip around the woman’s throat. The body crumpled. The the other train sped off. Related Related posts: Miss Marple( The Complete Short

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Antoinette Klein says:

Murder Without A Corpse Challenges Miss Marple In “The 4:50 From Paddington” Agatha Christie gives us another in her long list of detective stories involving a large family at their estate. This is, in my opinion, one of the best, and begins when Elspeth McGillicuddy, a friend of Miss Marple’s, is returning from Christmas shopping in London and on her way to visit Jane in St. Mary Mead. Her train is running alongside another one on a nearby track, and Mrs. McGillicuddy has an excellent view inside the parallel carriage of the other train…

Carver Green says:

WILL SOMEONE LET THE WOMAN SPEAK? What “improvements” have been made for the Bantam edition? There are already major differences in punctuation, word choices, and scene breaks between the original Collins (4:50 FROM PADDINGTON) 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. There are further additions still in the Signet, Berkley, and Black Dog & Leventhal editions. For…

John Austin says:

Trains, trays, tablets, and tittle-tattle. Old and new readers of Agatha Christie’s whodunits will not be disappointed with her 1957 puzzler. It has an unforgettable opening sequence, an ingenious denouement, and an interesting sleuth, especially created for the occasion, named Lucy Eylesbarrow. Although it is the elderly Jane Marple who exerts her powers of detection, she does it by remote control while her much younger friend does the spadework – or the domestic work. As Agatha Christie explains, “The point about Lucy Eylesbarrow…

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