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Thirteen Problems

Monday, October 31, 2022

Thirteen Problems (1932) Agatha Christie (Miss Marple)

The Tuesday Club Murders

The Tuesday Night Club (1927)
The Idol House of Astarte (1928)
Ingots of Gold (1928)
The Blood-Stained Pavement (1928)
Motive versus Opportunity (1928)
The Thumb Mark of St. Peter (1928)
The Blue Geranium (1929)
A Christmas Tragedy (1930)
The Companion (1930)
The Herb of Death (1930)
The Four Suspects (1930)
The Affair at the Bungalow (1930)
Death by Drowning (1931)

‘(S)o many people seem to me not to be either bad or good, but simply, you know, very silly.’

“‘Well—’ he laughed uncomfortably. ‘You don’t believe in that sort of thing, do you? You, a parson.’

‘I am not sure that as a parson I ought not to believe in it.'”

“Now, as I expect you know, there is nothing more cruel than talk, and there is nothing more difficult to combat. When people say things behind your back there is nothing you can refute or deny, and the rumours go on growing and growing, and no one can stop them.

“Do you think, Dolly,” said Colonel Bantry plaintively, “that I might be allowed to go on with my story?”

“Arthur,” said Mrs. Bantry resignedly, “wants to get back to his ghosts.”

Rating: 8.5/10


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