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The Tuesday Club Murders by Agatha Christie

The Tuesday Club Murders (original 1932; edition 1933)

by Agatha Christie

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Title:The Tuesday Club Murders
Authors:Agatha Christie
Info:New York, Dodd, Mead and company, 1933.
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This collection of interconnected Marple stories is great fun, but also fascinating as a sort of compendium of all the author's tricks. ( )
  middlemarchhare | Nov 25, 2015 |
Gathered at his aunt Jane Marple's cottage, novelist Raymond West and a group of his friends challenge each other to relay creepy stories of unsolved murders. The catch is that the true outcome must be known by the storyteller, so that the listeners know if they've been clever enough to "solve" the crime. They allow elderly Aunt Jane to play too, and she's so good at the game that she's invited to dinner by Sir Henry Clithering and plays detective for a new group. A fun, fast collection of murder mysteries. ( )
  mstrust | Aug 3, 2015 |
Thirteen short stories were bundled in this volume. As a group of friends fond of detective stories gather to tell each other solved mysteries in order to test their deductive reasoning. Among the cases, the intelligence of a single woman will stand out: she is a quiet a rural ancient lady whose name is Miss Marple. A book really easy to read: the stories and short and provide all the elements to solve the problems. Some of them even show an outstanding quality, which is a delightful surprise the fans of Christie will find attractive. ( )
  Hanneri | Jun 23, 2015 |
Although a series of short mysteries all involving Miss Marple, they are cleverly knit together so there is less of the choppiness and simplicity of most mystery short stories. A few suffer but most are very clever indeed.
  amyem58 | Jul 15, 2014 |
it was okay. not sure if i will read any more from this series. ( )
  jodiesohl | Jun 29, 2014 |
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Hickson, JoanNarratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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The Thirteen Problems has also been published as Miss Marple and the Thirteen Problems and The Tuesday Club Murders
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0451200209, Mass Market Paperback)

Miss Marple puts her deductive skills to use in thirteen of her most fiendish cases in this short story collection from the reigning matriarch of mystery.

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One Tuesday evening a group gathers at Miss Marple's House and the conversation turns to unsolved crimes. The case of the disappearing bloodstains; the thief who committed his crime twice over; the message on the death-bed of a poisoned man which read 'heap of fish'; the strange case of the invisible will; a spiritualist who warned that 'Blue Geranium' meant death.… (more)

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