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The Mirror Crack'd by Agatha Christie
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Mar 15, 09

bookshelves: mystery
Recommended for: Agatha Christie fans
Read in March, 2009, read count: 1

A series of murders disturbs the quiet town of St. Mary Mead after a Hollywood actress and her retinue move into Gossington Hall. Christie renders her characters expertly with quick, deft strokes and a keen ear for dialog. And despite the "cozy" atmosphere, the characters have to deal with real-life problems (obnoxious do-gooders, crowded housing developments, the effects of aging and loss of independence, among others) as well as the murderer in their midst. Although the ultimate solution seemed a little hard to swallow, the story and characters kept me reading throughout. A very enjoyable Miss Marple mystery.
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Quotes Ray Liked

Agatha Christie
“One never quite allows for the moron in our midst.”
Agatha Christie, The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side


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