Publish date: September 1st 1976
Publisher: Dodd Mead
Pages no: 242
Edition language: English
Well I found this one very interesting. I have had this book on my shelf for a while, just didn't get around to reading it. This is the last of the Miss Marple standalone novels. She doesn't quite go out with a bang, but seems content with helping a newly married couple. "Sleeping Murder" follows ...
Her words held all the pointed innuendo that elderly ladies are able to achieve with the minimum of actual statement. I had low expectations for this one. Nemesis broke me. Nemesis was the book that obliterated any regards I may have harboured for Miss Marple. It seems, however, that Sleeping Murd...
Miss Marple puzzles it out again.
In the beginning, a personal anecdote:As a child, I was troubled intermittently by a nightmare. I am walking around the compound of my maternal grandfather's ancestral home, when I reach a dilapidated building in a secluded corner. I open it and enter, even though my better sense counsels against i...