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MISS MARPLE'S FINAL CASES by Agatha Christie - Miss Marple Book Review

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Post to Cancel. What would she suggest the solicitor regarding the line of defence in the court? Nobody hesitates that the decision may come from a menacing-look puppet doll of the dressmaker that seems to occupy the place. Feeling the continual terrors of it, Alicia feels compelled in the end to throw it away.

Despite her relief, will it stop bothering her? In the meantime, she might have re-read her previously published books and therefore a subplot would have had a new lease of life with different character names and setting.

Bunch puts down the Chrysanthemums she has brought for the church to come closer to a huddled body on the chancel steps. Mary Mead. Nor should she have put them together in a piece. Next, there is a main theme running in the stories: jewellery robbery.

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In the difficult times between the two wars and post-second world war, crimes did occur to gain access to the valuables. With her craft Christie depicts the hardship which continued to engulf the UK right until in the sixties. I wonder what would have been her opinions about of Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day and The Diary of A Provincial Woman, as the books share the same clinging-on sense of the tradition whilst at the same time they are aware of their financial constraint and labour shortage.

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More importantly, Christie seems to stress that some maids may have more than meet the eye. In the former, he infers the murder of Louisa Haxton in his note to the sleuth.


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In the latter, it is Miss Marple who begs to prescribe him for a trip to a seaside to help Gwenda Halliday. By the same token is the re-appearance of Mr.

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Petherick the solicitor see also The Thirteen Problems. A handsome young man was also looking at the house. I dunno about that. Mary Mead, though hardly an unpleasant one. But tiny St. Mary Mead is overpopulated with suspects. There is of course the faithless Mrs Protheroe; and there is of course her young lover—an artist, to boot. The company is inclined to forget their elderly hostess as they become mesmerized by the sinister tales they tell one another.

As indeed is true in subsequent gatherings at the country home of Colonel and Mrs Bantry, where another set of terrible wrongs is related by the assembled guests—and righted, by Miss Marple.

She is wearing evening dress and heavy make-up, which is now smeared across her cold cheeks. But who is she?

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How did she get there? And what is her connection with another dead girl, whose charred remains are later discovered in an abandoned quarry? The Bantrys turn to Miss Marple to solve the mystery. Of note: Many of the residents of St. But all of that changes when one of the recipients, Mrs Symmington, appears to have been driven to suicide. Was this the work of a poison pen?

Or of a poisoner? Of note: The Moving Finger was a favourite of its author. It is a great test to reread what one has written some seventeen or eighteen years before. Some do not stand the test of time, others do.