The Murder at the Vicarage
Nobody liked Colonel Protheroe. So when he’s found dead in the vicarage study, there’s no absence of suspects in the seemingly peaceful village of St Mary Mead. In fact, Jane Marple can think of at least seven. As gossip abounds in the parlours and kitchens of the parish, everyone becomes an amateur detective.
The Body in the Library
When Mrs Bantry wakes to find a body in her library, there’s only one woman to call: her good friend Jane Marple. But she hasn’t called her old friend for comfort. The body in her library has been murdered and Miss Marple is so very good at solving murders.
The Moving Finger
Nothing ever happens in the sleepy village of Lymstock. Until letters accusing the villagers of unspeakable acts start to appear. They try to dismiss them as a cruel hoax, but then one of the recipients is found dead. The letter next to her body reads simply, ‘I can’t go on’. As fear spreads among the villagers, Jane Marple must uncover who is writing these letters – before anyone else is hurt.
A strange house A ghost from the past As soon as she moves into Hillside, Gwenda knows there's something strange about this house. A sealed room. A hidden door. The apparition of a young woman being strangled. But strangest of all - this all seems quite familiar.
A Murder is Announced
One morning the villagers of Chipping Cleghorn wake to find a strange notice in their papers: ‘A murder is announced and will take place on Friday, October 29th, at Little Paddocks at 6.30pm.’Suspecting this is just a joke, they gather for some evening entertainment. Then a gunshot is heard.
Miss Marple Mysteries Series Books 6 - 10 Collection Set by Agatha Christie:
They Do It With Mirrors
Ruth Van Rydock can’t shake the feeling that something terrible is going to happen to her sister at Stonygates house. Her old school friend Jane Marple decides it’s time to pay a visit. But this grand Victorian mansion isn’t just a family home – it’s also a correctional facility for wayward young men.
A Pocket Full of Rye
Rex Fortescue was enjoying his morning cup of tea when he met his untimely end. Suspicions naturally turn to his wife. He was filthy rich, after all. Then she too is found dead. Strange clues have Scotland Yard’s finest minds scratching their heads.
4.50 from Paddington
Elspeth McGillicuddy is positive she witnessed a man strangling a woman to death. But it was only the merest glimpse through a carriage window as the trains drew parallel. She is the only witness, there are no suspects, and, most importantly, there is no corpse.
The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side
When glamorous Marina Gregg came to live in St Mary Mead, tongues were sure to wag. But, with a local gossip’s sudden death, has one tongue wagged a bit too much? As the police chase false leads, and two more victims meet untimely ends, Miss Marple starts to ask her own questions.
A Caribbean Mystery
Major Palgrave enjoys an audience, and, in Miss Marple, he discovers a captive audience too polite to walk away. But midway through recounting the tale of a multiple murder, he stops suddenly when something, or someone, catches his eye. Then, when he’s found dead the following day, Miss Marple suspects that someone wanted to silence the talkative major. Permanently.
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