A Caribbean Mystery

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As Miss Marple sits in the Carribbean sun, pondering how nothing ever happens here, her attention is aroused by an old soldier's story about a strange coincidence. Infuriatingly, just as he is about to show her an astonsihing photograph, his mind begins to wander, and he doesn't finish the story.
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There is no rest or relaxation for Miss Marple. Agatha Christie's most appealing sleuth returns in this classic baffler of a vacation-turned-deadly.

Nephew Raymond West has given his favourite aunt a vacation at a beautiful resort in the Caribbean. While there she encounters an old wind-bag. One of his stories is about meeting a murderer. He has a snapshot. Suddenly he hesitates, and gets flustered. By the next morning he is dead, seemingly of natural causes. Miss Marple has doubts.

And well she should.

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AuthorAgatha Christie
CommentsSlight forward lean; wear and tear; yellowed pages.
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