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Miss Marple Meets Murder: The Mirror Crack'd / A Pocket Full of Rye / At Bertram's Hotel / The Moving Finger (Miss Marple #4,7,9,11)

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Miss Marple Meets Murder: The Mirror Crack'd; a Pocket Full of Rye; At Bertram's Hotel; the Moving Finger by Agatha Christie, Dodd Mead, Nelson Doubleday, Ruby Davidson. Hardcover 1980 Printing by Nelson Doubleday. >>>Pages: 662.<<< In English. Limited Collector's Edition. This book is these compiled works and artwork and year and book as you see it and n ...more
Hardcover, Book Club Edition, 661 pages
Published 1980 by Nelson Doubleday
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Lora
These were not Christie's best. They were, all the same, not horrible disappointments either, only mild disappointments. In the many novels and short stories of hers that I have read, I am only now reaching the lesser of her books, so to speak. And they still held my attention just fine.
Tessa
The Moving Finger is narrated from the main character's perspective. Miss Marple is practically absent from the story. The Moving Finger is still a good story, just not a Miss Marple-y novel. The rest of the stories are good.
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I read the first book in this. It was interesting, partly for its commentary on getting old, and partly for its relatively early (1962) commentary on the intrusion of planned developments into existing communities.
judy
When you don't feel like going to the library, unearthing a collection of fluffy Miss Marples is a great alternative. Love her as much as ever.
Roshni
A Pocket Full of Rye was a good one, but the last two are average, not very enthralling, and I demand to be enthralled.
Mripma
Reading out loud while Mark does his back exercises.
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Agatha Christie also wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott, and was occasionally published under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan.

Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller was born in Torquay, Devon, England, U.K., as the youngest of three. The Millers had two other children: Margaret Frary Miller (1879–1950), called Madge, who was eleven years Agatha's senior, and Louis Montant Miller (1880
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