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The Body in the Library

P which is now smeared across her cheeksBut who is she How did she get there And what is the connection with another dead girl whose charred There s a small note to the reader at the very beginning of this novel in which Agatha Christie basically writes the trope of the body in the library is very common throughout detective fiction so I wrote this novel to fuck shit up Good old Agatha This is a Miss Marple story well I think it is because our beloved Miss Jane Marple is in fact missing from uite a lot of this novel Thankfully the crime is exciting enough for us to overlook that minor setback It s a classic Christie foolproof and sturdy plot with a cast of both memorable and useless characters However there are scenes in this that I did find rather graphic for your typical Christie novel I won t spoil it but there is a scene set in a uarry and it is uite out there for Agatha Overall I enjoyed this like I do with most of Christie s books She really can t do any wrong Out of Bounds (Boundaries, up Good old Agatha This is a Miss Marple story well I think it is because our beloved Miss Jane Marple is in fact missing from Grass, Sky, Song uite a lot of this novel Thankfully the crime is exciting enough for Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos us to overlook that minor setback It s a classic Christie foolproof and sturdy plot with a cast of both memorable and The Illusionists useless characters However there are scenes in this that I did find rather graphic for your typical Christie novel I won t spoil it but there is a scene set in a O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, uarry and it is One for My Baby uite out there for Agatha Overall I enjoyed this like I do with most of Christie s books She really can t do any wrong

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It’s seven in the morning The Bantrys wake to find the body of a young woman in their library She is wearing evening dress and heavy make u It had been a while since I read an Agatha Christie novel I combed through the list of her work and thought to myself I m not actually sure if I ever read this one And it turned out I hadn t Now I want to watch a TV version to see how they interpret itGreat story So much has been re done from this early on work It s a must read for Christie fans and truly any mystery buff When you are rich and you have people who take care of things and it s nearly 100 years ago what does one do when a body shows up in the library and you re not sure who it is How confusing But even so when there s another girl who is missing and they look alike Which is which And you know someone s lying But you can t uite tell Marple can thoI think this is one of the better Marple mysteries it s less about Marple and about the story And how the body got there Nothing is as it seems but that s where Christie shows her strength The writing leads you to one conclusion based on how the facts are shown But it s not trickery The info is there you just have to weed thru it The only issue here I m just sorry I waited so long to read this one About Me For those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the whowhatwhenwhere and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creators

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Remains are later discovered in an abandoned uarryThe respectable Bantrys invite Miss Marple to solve the mystery before tongues start to wag Someone here on Goodreads has a shelf called cozy mysteries and I think this is a perfect description of Agatha Christie s Miss Marple seriesYou can t get much cozier than a tea drinking elderly spinster in a tiny English village The Body in the Library is a clever little book Miss Marple is called in to investigate when her friend finds a dead body in the library What I enjoy about Christie is she doesn t take her mysteries too seriously There s lots of room for humorous little bits I loved the way she describes the relationship between Mrs Bantry and her husband Colonel BantryThey are pure upperclass silliness personified There s a brief little chapter when the news of the murder runs through St Mary Mead gaining momentum and inventiveness with every repetition And when young Peter approaches the detective saying he s collected some famous autographs including Dorothy Sayers and Agatha Christie I couldn t help smilingPlus I really want this library The library was a room very typical of its owners It was large and shabby and untidy It had big sagging armchairs and pipes and books and estate papers laid out on the big table There were one or two good old family portraits on the walls and some bad Victorian water colors and some would be funny hunting scenes There was a big vase of flowers in the corner The whole room was dim and mellow and casual It spoke of long occupation and familiar use and of links with tradition


About the Author: Agatha Christie

Mary Westmacott and was occasionally published under the name



10 thoughts on “The Body in the Library

  1. says:

    It had been a while since I read an Agatha Christie novel I combed through the list of her work and thought to myself I'm not actually sure if I ever read this one And it turned out I hadn't Now I want to watch a TV version to see how they i

  2. says:

    Last year the reading the detectives group read through Agatha Christie's Miss Marple mysteries as a yearly challenge Having joined the group late I did not have a chance to read all of the ueen of Crime's cases featuring her famous spinster sleuth As I participated in the challenge when I could I came to appreciate Mis

  3. says:

    I confess to absolutely loving Dame Agatha Christie's books I find the coziness of them very soothing Miss Marple's character becomes rounded a

  4. says:

    The Body in the Library Miss Marple #3 Original Publication Year 1942Characters Miss Jane Marple Inspector Slack Colonel Arthur and Dolly Bantry and Abstract Bleached blonde girl clad in not new spangled evening gown is found strangled in the library of old Colonel Arthur and Dolly Bantry best friends to Miss Jane Marple The vill

  5. says:

    I figured it out I knew whodunnitI was smugly chuckling and congratulating myself on finally beating Agatha Christie at her own game as I listened to the end of the book drawing near knowing that I had beaten the ueen of Mystery GoddammitShe fooled me again I was all like waitwhatthefuckjusthappened as I liste

  6. says:

    There's a small note to the reader at the very beginning of this novel in which Agatha Christie basically writes the trope of the body in the library is very common throughout detective fiction so I wrote this novel to fuck shit up Good old Aga

  7. says:

    Someone here on Goodreads has a shelf called cozy mysteries and I think this is a perfect description of Agatha

  8. says:

    Rating 4 solid stars of fiveThe novel surprisingly holds up well to a 21st century re read I was so pleased not to find anything shouting at me oh dear gawd please don't say that Slut shaming a huge component of the novel isn't something uniue to the times it is set in It was a pleasure not having anything other than that and class snobbery

  9. says:

    What a pleasure it was to reread this book The first time I read a Miss Marple mystery storyl I was in my early teens and did not appreciate just how smart the woman is She's very observant and remembers little t

  10. says:

    When a peroxide blonde is found dead in the library at Gossington Hall Colonel and Mrs Bantry are perplexed However Mrs Bantry is determined th

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