Miss Marple - Sleeping Murder - Agatha Christie Reviews
Description:ISBN 7121067 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Agatha Christie / Edition: Masterpiece edition (Reissue) / Paperback / 304 Pages / ... more
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Agatha Christie Miss Marple - Sleeping Murder
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Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
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by - written on 09/01/12, updated on 06/08/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Sleeping Murder is one of my favourite Agatha Christie novels originally published in 1976 and is actually Miss Marple's final case. *Plot* Gwenda Reed is a newly married woman who has come over to England from New Zealand where her husband is still working. Gwenda plans to buy them a family home to settle into before Giles comes over himself. She sees many potential homes before she is inexplicably drawn to a Victorian villa in Dillmouth. The house is purchased and it's not long before Gwenda starts having some odd feelings about the place, such as an eerie feeling that someone died there. When she finds old wallpaper in a cupboard that she ... Read the complete review
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