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Sleeping MurderMiss Marple’s last case

In Agatha Christie’s classic Sleeping Murder the indomitable Miss Marple turns ghost hunter and uncovers shocking evidence of a perfect crimeSoon after Gwenda moved into he. Sleeping Murder Miss Marple 13 Agatha Christie Sleeping Murder Miss Marple s Last Case is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie Engendering Song uncovers shocking evidence of a perfect crimeSoon after Gwenda moved into he. Sleeping Murder Miss Marple 13 Agatha Christie Sleeping Murder Miss Marple s Last Case is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie

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R every time she climbed the stairsIn fear Gwenda turned to Miss Marple to exorcise her ghosts Between them they were to solve a “perfect” crime committed many years befo. I love Miss Marple she is wise and knows human nature and knows that people can not be taken at face value they lie This is her last murd


10 thoughts on “Sleeping MurderMiss Marple’s last case

  1. says:

    Since I've been recommending this to everyone I thought I'd listen to the audio version and see how it held upYep Still to me the bestWhat's my favorite Agatha Christie novel? Well I'd have a hard time picking between Murder on the Orient Express and Sleeping Murder But this one is um realish?The idea that what

  2. says:

    Miss Marple appears scantily in this particular story Here the murder dominates the scene I've noticed that the m

  3. says:

    Sleeping Murder Miss Marple #13 Agatha Christie Sleeping Murder Miss Marple's Last Case is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Chri

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    375⭐2382 For all who don't know I am in love with Agatha Christie ever since I started reading her books 5 years ago and I planned to read a book of her each month so that I don't run out of her books So this is my 23 AC book and

  5. says:

    You Chose Your Own AdventureYou have reached the end of your story and it is like so many stories that have come before a story of a murder long buried now reaching out to haunt those who live today As always you

  6. says:

    In the beginning a personal anecdoteAs 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 e

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    I thought I had read this Miss Marple before but maybe I hadn't I would have thought the heroine Gwenda being both a New Zealander and having the same name as one of my childhood friends would have stuck in my mind if soAlth

  8. says:

    I love Miss Marple; she is wise and knows human nature and knows that people can not be taken at face value they lie This is her last murder mystery in the series which don't have to be read in order to enjoy them but I prefer to see her in the picture than in this story She hovers in the background helping the nice young couple afflicted by a ghostly vision from the past but she's not really present in the s

  9. says:

    Although this is listed as the thirteenth Miss Marple novel and was published in 1976 it was actually written during WWII and shows her as a fairly sprightly lady compared to some books According to the Agatha Christie website it should sit between “The Moving Finger” and “A Murder is Announced” and that is where I have positioned it in my re reading of these booksGwenda Reed has arrived from New Zealand charged

  10. says:

    Woohooo Does finding the murderer in the second last chapter count?Any Agatha Christie fan would be able to able