The Murder at the Vicarage
The mystery that introduced Miss Jane Marple to the world. Almost everyone in St. Mary Mead hated Colonel Protheroe, so his murder doesn't come as a surprise. There's an embarrassing numbers of suspects--from the unfaithful Mrs. Protheroe and her lover to the vicar and his young wife. But Miss... show more
The mystery that introduced Miss Jane Marple to the world. Almost everyone in St. Mary Mead hated Colonel Protheroe, so his murder doesn't come as a surprise. There's an embarrassing numbers of suspects--from the unfaithful Mrs. Protheroe and her lover to the vicar and his young wife. But Miss Jane Marple has a bold plan to catch the killer . . . and shocks the police by succeeding.
Publish date: March 17th 2009
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Pages no: 228
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Cozy Mystery
, Murder Mystery
I really enjoyed this! Miss Marple is so fun!
‘Nobody knows a thing about it except you, Padre.’ ‘My dear young man, you underestimate the detective instinct of village life. In St Mary Mead everyone knows your most intimate affairs. There is no detective in England equal to a spinster lady of uncertain age with plenty of time on her hands.’ T...
I really enjoyed this book, which is the first novel in the Miss Marple series. The narrator of the story is the vicar of Sct. Mary Mead, Mr. Clement, and as the title suggests, it´s his study in which Colonel Protheroe has been killed. So the vicar starts to investigate on his own and has to deal w...
Miss Marple is such a wonderful idea. She's smart, but overlooked by society who's willing to use her skills without giving her any credit. Lucky thing she didn't decide to go over to the dark side, eh? Since I can't remember anything about it without reading the blurb, it must be time for a re-read...
I'm giving it a 3 because I didn't hate it and I didn't love it and because I can. I’ve never read an Agatha Christie novel. There, it has been said. I received this audio free from the SYNC summer reading program last year. Apparently it’s the first book in a series. Yay SYNC. I usually pick up...
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