THE MIRROR CRACK'D FROM SIDE TO SIDE by Agatha Christie

THE MIRROR CRACK'D FROM SIDE TO SIDE

A MISS MARPLE MYSTERY (MISS MARPLE MYSTERIES)
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KIRKUS REVIEW

Jane Marple was growing old and frail but her mind- and her curiosity -- were as keen as ever and she hated the impositions put upon her. When things in her quiet neighborhood began to change she prowled on the QT until she had some understanding of the newcomers. And when the screen actress, Marina Gregg, moved with her coterie to a big Victorian estate and a succession of mysterious deaths followed, Miss Marple refused to stay out of the picture. It was her prying curiosity- her gift of putting odd bits together to form a picture that gave the locals and Scotland Yard the proper solution. Long life to her.
Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1963
ISBN: 0062073672
Page count: 269pp
Publisher: Dodd, Mead
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1st, 1963




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