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    Agatha Christie Ç 0 REVIEW READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Agatha Christie PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] Dame Agatha Christie is the ueen of mystery writers who all modern aspirants strive to emulate I enjoy reading her cases featuring detective Hercule Poirot because he knows the outcome well before the reader Christie's cases are multilayered and keep unraveling until a book's conclusion Enjoying these thought provoking cases I decided to introduce myself to her other famous sleuth Miss Jane Marple There is no b

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    READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Agatha Christie PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] Agatha Christie Ç 0 REVIEW This was a big huge honkin' snoozefest compared to my boyfriend PoirotMiss Marple your next one better be good or I'm stic

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    PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] A solid 45 stars for Murder at the Vicarage the first novel in the Miss Marple cozy mystery series written by Agatha Christie in 1930 I've read ten novels by Christie and this one is near the top of the list for me From the characters to the setting and the plot to the tone it's an intriguing and immersive read It start

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    PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] REVIEW Murder at the Vicarage Miss Marple's 1st bookBut beyond that this is really just a fabulous example of Agatha Christie at her bestThis was my first time reading actually listening The Murder at the Vicarage and I was blown away by how enjoyable it was Especially considering I've read a ton of her books and pretty much knew what to e

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    REVIEW Murder at the Vicarage Agatha Christie Ç 0 REVIEW PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] The Murder At The Vicarage Miss Marple #1 Agatha ChristieOriginal Publication Year 1930Abstract Debut of Miss Jane Marple village busybody who

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    PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Agatha Christie “The young people think the old people are fools but the old people know the young people are fools” THIS In the tale that started it all Miss Marple doesn’t need to move away from her lovely sanctuary in St Mary Mead Colonel Lucius Protheroe is a loathsome creature No one likes him no one wants to even look at him

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    PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] Fiddledesticks How could you not enjoy a book where the word fiddledesticks is used I'm a fan of Agatha Christie I read her

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    REVIEW Murder at the Vicarage Agatha Christie Ç 0 REVIEW READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Agatha Christie I am amazed I have not read this before Or maybe I have but it was so long ago I have forgotten Anyway it was really good as good if not better than any of the other Miss Marple stories I have readIt was certainly an interesting loo

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    PDF NEW [Murder at the Vicarage] So I finished this one and I've come to a conclusion I'm not a Miss Marple fan Yes yes I know I'm one of those basic Christie fans that she couldn't stand that delights every time Poirot says something wittyarrogant and looks at all her other characters with a that's very nice could you write Poirot now? stance Sure I wou

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READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Agatha Christie Agatha Christie Ç 0 REVIEW REVIEW × Murder at the Vicarage The murder of Colonel Protheroe was a shock to everyone in St Mary Mead though hardly an unpleasant one Even Vicar Clement had declared that killing the hated Protheroe would be a service. Dame Agatha Christie is the ueen of mystery writers who all modern aspirants strive to emulate I enjoy reading her cases featuring detective Hercule Poirot because he knows the outcome well before the reader Christie s cases are multilayered and keep unraveling until a book s conclusion Enjoying these thought provoking cases I decided to introduce myself to her other famous sleuth Miss Jane Marple There is no better place to start than Murder at the Vicarage the book that introduced Miss Marple to the world Leonard Clement along with his wife Griselda run the vicarage in sleepy village St Mary Mead A hamlet that barely classifies as a town all people know everyone else s business and the vicar is looked to for guidance on all matters religious or not The case begins as Colonel Lucius Protheroe meets with Clement to discuss a pressing matter Yet before Clement can join Protheroe in his study he finds the Colonel murdered there As in Christie s cases featuring Poirot the police assigned to this case appear to be inept at best All of the old women in St Mary Mead believe that they can solve the crime better than the inspectors can No meddling spinster has much to offer Clement on this cases except for his neighbor the witty Jane Marple Miss Marple immediately declares that she has seven suspects but she is pretty sure she knows whodunit As in many modern cases featuring private eyes the police do not appreciate Marple getting in their way and beg her off the case Yet she has eyes and ears everywhere and early on it is obvious that Miss Marple will solve the case while the police are slugging through basic evidence Unlike the sophisticated Poirot Miss Marple appears as anyone s neighbor She is a sweet older woman yet feisty and would be interesting to get to know Whereas Poirot exercises his little gray cells Miss Marple snoops around her main objective to provide safety to the village that she lives in A forerunner to today s cozy mysteries Miss Marple appears to provide an easy reading contrast to Poirot s cases which have me thinking throughout A voracious mystery reader I did enjoy Miss Marple as a change because she could be any citizen who desires to solve a mystery As expected she does reach the case s conclusion before the police who are at a collective wit s end Dame Christie is still the standard bearer for all modern mystery writers and while I prefer Hercule Poirot I have a feeling I will be revisiting Miss Marple as well 375 stars

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READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Agatha Christie Agatha Christie Ç 0 REVIEW REVIEW × Murder at the Vicarage To the world Not only the vicar but his young wife the object of endless village gossip could be considered suspects And what about the faithless Mrs Protheroe or her lover the young art. The young people think the old people are fools but the old people know the young people are fools THIS In the tale that started it all Miss Marple doesn t need to move away from her lovely sanctuary in St Mary Mead Colonel Lucius Protheroe is a loathsome creature No one likes him no one wants to even look at him Therefore the suspects are plenty once he is found murdered in the study of the local Vicar A young artist a flighty daughter a troubled priest an isolated wife a rather posh newcomer an archaeologist strange clocks portraits and paintsMy favourite novel out of all Miss Marple s adventures and as always a glorious TV adaptation ITV 2004 where you can see the cr me de la cr me of British Theatre What they need is a little immorality in their lives Then they wouldn t be so busy looking for it in other people s My reviews can also be found on

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READ ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Agatha Christie Agatha Christie Ç 0 REVIEW REVIEW × Murder at the Vicarage Ist Lawrence Redding The baffled police are even astonished when a demure spinster Miss Jane Marple confidently announces her plan to capture the murderer and blithely solves her first ca. Murder most proper Agatha Christie s Murder at the Vicarage was my first Miss Marple Now that I ve had her I can say with the experience of knowledge she ain t half bad Still I m not sure I d want to be caught by my macho football playing friends reading a tea cozy mystery The characters are dapper dandies and old teetotaler biddies The high manners and speech abound aside from that of the occasional parlor maid flatfoot or old age pensioner Beyond primal embarrassment this sort of thing is just a little too uaint even for meand I ve read all of James HerriotI always say I m not into the mystery genre but whenever I read one I m riveted Murder at the Vicarage has some clever misdirection The murder is plausible the details creditable and the solving of it all rewardingly confounding I found the writing style reminiscent of PG Wodehouse A uick bit of research showed that they were contemporaries living through and writing within the same era I tally this as a positive as I am a big Wodehouse fan His work is light handed making for airy reading The same can be said of the few Christies I ve read Mostly stress free highly enjoyable stuff that won t tax one s emotions too deeply

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 230
  • Murder at the Vicarage
  • Agatha Christie
  • English
  • 01 August 2019
  • 9780425067901