Series: Miss Marple
|The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie||1|
|The Thirteen Problems by Agatha Christie||1.5 short story collection|
|The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie||2|
|The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie||3|
|A Murder Is Announced by Agatha Christie||4|
|They Do It With Mirrors by Agatha Christie||5|
|A Pocket Full of Rye by Agatha Christie||6|
|4.50 from Paddington by Agatha Christie||7|
|The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side by Agatha Christie||8|
|A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie||9|
|At Bertram's Hotel by Agatha Christie||10|
|Nemesis by Agatha Christie||11|
|Sleeping Murder by Agatha Christie||12|
|Miss Marple's Final Cases by Agatha Christie||15|
|Double Sin and Other Stories by Agatha Christie||15.5 as contains some of the short stories from Miss Marple's Final Cases|
|The Regatta Mystery by Agatha Christie||15.5 as contains some of the short stories from Miss Marple's Final Cases|
|Three Blind Mice and Other Stories by Agatha Christie||15.5 as contains some of the short stories from Miss Marple's Final Cases|
|C'è un cadavere in biblioteca ( the body in the library) /Giochi di prestigio ( they do it with mirrors) Collezione Agatha Christie by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 2, 5|
|Murder in Our Midst: The Body in the Library, The Moving Finger, The Murder At the Vicarage by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 1, 2, 3|
|Agatha Christie Crime Collection: Mrs. McGinty's Dead, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, They Do it with Mirrors by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 5|
|Agatha Christie's Detectives: Five Complete Novels (The Murder At The Vicarage, Dead Man's Folly, Sad Cypress, Towards Zero, N or M?) by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 1|
|By the Pricking of My Thumbs; The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 1|
|Five Classic Murder Mysteries: The Secret Adversary, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, The Boomerang Clue, The Moving Finger, Death Comes as the End by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 3|
|The Labors of Hercules; Nemesis; Murder for Christmas by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 12|
|Miss Marple's Last Case: Sleeping Murder; Miss Marple's First Case: Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 1 & 12|
|The Murder of Roger Ackroyd; Appointment with Death; The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 4|
|Peril at End House; The Tuesday Club Murders by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 2|
|Miss Marple Omnibus (Volume. 1) by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 3, 4, 5, 8|
|Miss Marple Meets Murder by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 3, 6, 8,10|
|Miss Marple Omnibus (Volume. 2) by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 6, 7, 9, 10|
|Miss Marple Omnibus (Volume. 3) by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 1, 12, 13, 15|
|Miss Marple (0) 5 Krimis, Hörbücher (1930-1965) by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 1, 3, 6, 8, 11 |
|Five Complete Miss Marple Novels: The Body in the Library, A Caribbean Mystery, The Mirror Crack'd, Nemesis, What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw! by Agatha Christie||Omnibus 2, 7, 8, 9, 11|
|Miss Marple : The Complete Short Stories by Agatha Christie||Short stories|
|The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding by Agatha Christie||short story|
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