Miss Marple

Miss Marple

The Complete Short Stories

Paperback - 2011
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Present a collection of twenty stories featuring Miss Jane Marple, an amateur sleuth who bases her solutions to crimes on past experiences and on the belief that human nature is the same everywhere.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2011
ISBN: 9780062073716
0062073710
Branch Call Number: CHRISTIE A
Christie, A
Characteristics: viii, 368 p. ; 21 cm
Uniform Title: Complete short stories

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pattypi
Jul 19, 2016

What a wonderful collection! The perfect way to read Agatha Christie in summer or any other season. Works for lunch hour reading.

Filled with interesting characters and twist-filled plots. You'll walk away loving Miss Marple.

Well worth the time!

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KarenW
Sep 04, 2013

This collection of short stories are wonderfully clever and surprisingly satisfying. And Miss Marple owes all of her crime solving skills to living simply and quietly in a village. So we all can live in hope. Her acumen is cleverly hidden by a fluff of white hair and knitting needles. This will become my disguise when I am a little old lady, if I can live up to such a shining example.

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readmorebooks
Aug 19, 2012

Agatha Christie is always a great read. Even the ones I have read years ago!!

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pattypi
Jul 19, 2016

So many people seem to me not to be either bad or good, but simply, you know, very silly.

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pattypi
Jul 19, 2016

The art of writing gives one an insight into human nature. One sees perhaps motives that the ordinary person would pass by.

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pattypi
Jul 19, 2016

Wonderful collection of short stories. 20 in all. Many episodes stem from the Tuesday Night Club where Miss Marple and her associates try to identify how a crime is committed and who is responsible. Jane Marple of course, bests them all.

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