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Marple: Twelve New Stories | Agatha Christie, Leigh Bardugo, Elly Griffiths, Jean Kwok, Val McDermid, Alyssa Cole, Lucy Foley, Naomi Alderman, Karen M. Mcmanus, Natalie Haynes
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Bk3 of November is done! Thank god. I really enjoyed this anthology of Marple stories by prominent female writers, except funnily enough the one by Leigh Bardugo. The story itself was good, but the ending was soooo not Miss Marple. Which was a shame as it was the last story too. But I highly recommend the whole book, but I‘d love to hear your view on the Bardugo story!

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Lizpixie
Marple: Twelve New Stories | Agatha Christie, Leigh Bardugo, Elly Griffiths, Jean Kwok, Val McDermid, Alyssa Cole, Lucy Foley, Naomi Alderman, Karen M. Mcmanus, Natalie Haynes
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I‘m so behind on everything this month! I think this is only my second book of November so far☹️Having another bad “brain fog” episode, plus having a sick & very noisy grandson is distracting, but I‘m over halfway done with this & I‘m enjoying it immensely, which is awesome. 12 short stories by current female crime writers featuring Miss Marple & so far they‘ve done a great job with it. I‘ll review tomorrow probably🤞See you then👋

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Dragon
The Man in the Brown Suit | Agatha Christie
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Just finished listening to this early Agatha Christie it‘s a one off mystery- no Poirot or Marple. Colonel Race is the only recurring Christie character to appear. I enjoyed the reader‘s voice work. A good mystery despite some cringey colonial ideas. Set in 1922 💚🐉

CarolynM I remember loving this one a long time ago🙂 1d
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Mehso-so

I didn‘t like Christie as a teen. I wanted my golden era crime hard-boiled or aristo. I‘ve come back to her and am enjoying some immensely.

CW: a queer character is treated as inherently suspicious.

Charity shop find.

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