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A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie 1964. Vintage British Golden Age crime fiction paperback cover.

A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie 1964. Vintage British Golden Age crime fiction paperback cover.

Poirot investigates a culprit who has curiously swiped a stethoscope, a tube of lipstick, and a cookbook--goodreads

Poirot investigates a culprit who has curiously swiped a stethoscope, a tube of lipstick, and a cookbook--goodreads

what mrs mcgillicuddy saw

what mrs mcgillicuddy saw

Three Blind Mice by Agatha Christie  || ★★★★ - recommended for ages 13 & up

Three Blind Mice by Agatha Christie || ★★★★ - recommended for ages 13 & up

Tommy and Tuppence #4: By the Pricking of My Thumbs by Agatha Christie  ||  ★★★ -  reading level, 13 & up

Tommy and Tuppence #4: By the Pricking of My Thumbs by Agatha Christie || ★★★ - reading level, 13 & up

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The Moving Finger -Miss Marple -- Jerry and Joanna take a house in Lymstock while Jerry recovers from a plane crash. Days after arriving they receive a nasty. Someone has been sending awful letters to many of Lymstocks inhabitants. When Mrs. Symington commits suicide after receiving one of these poison pen letters and then Agnes the maid is found murdered, the case suddenly becomes much more serious. Luckily Miss Marple is always interested in a case of murder.

The Moving Finger -Miss Marple -- Jerry and Joanna take a house in Lymstock while Jerry recovers from a plane crash. Days after arriving they receive a nasty. Someone has been sending awful letters to many of Lymstocks inhabitants. When Mrs. Symington commits suicide after receiving one of these poison pen letters and then Agnes the maid is found murdered, the case suddenly becomes much more serious. Luckily Miss Marple is always interested in a case of murder.

I thought after all the Poirot I'd been watching that it was about time I actually read an Agatha Christie. Of course I chose a Poirot, he is the greatest detective of all time (take that Sherlock).  I quite liked it. Easy to read. Her writing style is simple and her characters are interesting. I like the language Christie uses, of the period.

I thought after all the Poirot I'd been watching that it was about time I actually read an Agatha Christie. Of course I chose a Poirot, he is the greatest detective of all time (take that Sherlock). I quite liked it. Easy to read. Her writing style is simple and her characters are interesting. I like the language Christie uses, of the period.

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