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But that was for a really detective mind: This question contains spoilers… view spoiler [Why did Miss Blacklock come up with the whole scheme about announcing the murder? Why didn’t she simply pop off Rudi Scherz quietly without attracting too much attention?
Book Review “Une meurtre sera commis le” by Agatha Christie — Anna Hartley
Did I forget a detail here? Hence xera away with murder. Killing Rudi quietly would be a reasonable choice leastwise that’s what I would have donebut then the book couldn’t have such an interesting title.
See all 8 questions about Un meurtre sera commis le Lists with This Book. This is my first Miss Marple book. I don’t know why, but I’m always expecting more from Christie than I got. Miss Marple solves crimes because she has such a keen understanding of human nature.
And that would be fine, except the actions of the killer in this story are so unnatural, at first contrived and then against character, that I find it hard to believe that insight into human nature is what finally gave the killer away.
The other thing that surprised me in this book is that I actually suspe This is my first Miss Marple book. The other thing that surprised me in this book is that I actually suspected the killer from the start. I was pretty sure who did it, but I was at a complete loss as to why. By the end, I was concocting bizarre theories to explain the whys of things, while having the who correct all along. And by the end, I am still dissatisfied with the explanation.
And there is one fairly large loose end that is left dangling: It was OK, and a bit diverting, but there are much, much more engaging mysteries out there.
La novela arranca con Mrs. Los personajes que intervienen en la novela son bastante numerosos. Estamos ante una trama sencilla e imprevisible, con un objetivo claro y un misterio que resolver, pero en la que apenas ocurre nada hasta casi el final de la novela.
Con respecto a la pluma de la autora, lo cierto es que no he observado grandes diferencias con respecto a otras novelas. I enjoyed this, the first Miss Marple I’ve read, and it was quite clever. But I had suspected I wouldn’t be able to get much attached to Marple, and I found that, sadly, to be the case. I have a limited capacity for enjoying the dialogue of old English ladies – who describe everything in italics e.
Though Marple, of course, possesses an acute sense of observation, a formidable sleuth w I enjoyed this, the first Miss Marple I’ve read, and it was quite clever. Though Marple, of course, possesses an acute sense of observation, a formidable sleuth with a disarming costume of woolen shawls and knitting needles.
Maybe I’m just burnt out on mysteries right now.
Fino a circa tre quarti della lettura l’ho trovato ottimo, meuurtre ci sono troppi scambi di persona in un solo posto per i miei gusti o anche solo per essere credibile va bene Julia ma pure Pip!
Resta comunque una lettura piacevole. Per quanto ne abbia letti parecchi ho individuato il colpevole, forse, una volta. In questo caso forse ci si poteva arrivare. She murmured under her breath, ‘People are really very alike, everywhere. I don’t know that you remind me of anyone in curistie.
Except perhaps -‘ ‘Here it comes,’ said Bunch. I should meurfre a terrible meeurtre. She was no good at all at waiting at table. Put everything on the table crooked, mix “Miss Marple leaned back in her chair. Put everything on the table crooked, mixed up the kitchen knives wi the dining-room ones, and her cap this was a long time ago, dear her cap was never straight. I liked the way she said things straight out. Came to me one day, “Of course, I don’t know, ma’am,’ she says, ‘but Florrie, the way she sits down, it’s just like a married woman.
Fortunately it was in good time, and I was able to have a little talk with him, and they had a very nice wedding and settled down quite happily. She was a good girl, Florrie, but inclined to be taken in by a gentlemanly appearance. Two and a half stars. This is classic Christie: I was prepared for that, having seen several films based on the book. I kn decided to read it just to find out of there actually was a hint of a lesbian relationship between Misses Hinchcliffe and Murgatroyd, or if they were simply two jolly-hockeysticks spinsters who decided to share a h Two and a half stars.
I finally decided to read it just to find out of there actually was a hint of a lesbian relationship between Misses Hinchcliffe and Murgatroyd, or if they were simply two jolly-hockeysticks spinsters who decided to share a house, and the film directors wrote in the seta. I guess it really is implied, though of course Christie would never spell it out, since in chrjstie days same-sex relationships were illegal in the UK. What I wasn’t quite agaha for was the nasty, open streak of racism that meurtrr through the story.
Of course Mitzi is lying when she says she was a writer and thinker in her own country–after all, she’s the cook, and something that even Crockford refers to repeatedly as a “mittel Europa”. I guess he means she’s from Central Europe, and we all know don’t we?
Well, maybe not in rural England. I knew a Russian professor of military strategy who ran a very successful eatery in my S.
European city for many years. And agqtha course Rudi Scherz is a wrong ‘un–after all, he’s Chriwtie, which is almost German! Add to that the tedious tell-not-show recap ending, which I found rather a trudge to read through, and the total comes to just two stars. I had expected it to be a fast, light read but I found it slow going. A Murder is Announced was, as I’m finding usual with Agatha Christie, quite fun and reasonably absorbing. One could tire of it very easily, since the writing isn’t anything special — although I generally like the characters in the background quite a lot.
When I like them a lot, it’s a three-star read; when no one particularly caught my attention, only comkis. The difference between “it was ok” and “liked it”. The plot of this one is very torturous, and very Okay, okay, most of t A Murder is Announced was, as I’m finding usual with Agatha Christie, quite fun and reasonably absorbing. Cristie, okay, most of these books are, but the way that two imposters show up, but neither of them are actually doing anything wrong, although both keep their identity hidden, and then suddenly at the end a third imposter is revealed Still, fun and easy, agqtha is what I expect from these books.
Pues como todos los libros que me leo de esta autora siempre es porque estoy en un club de lectura y nos encanta ponernos de acuerdo y leer los libros de Agatha porque la verdad es que nos apuntamos bastante. Como casi siempre esta autora nos mete doscientos mil per Pues sfra todos los libros que me leo de esta autora siempre es porque estoy en un club de lectura y nos encanta ponernos de acuerdo y leer los libros de Agatha porque la verdad es que nos apuntamos wgatha.
Sobre todo porque al final suelen quedar flecos que no entiendes. Bueno en cokmis fondo solo decir que es una historia entretenida, como todas las de Agatha!
Predictable and Dizzy I love Agatha Christie, and this was an intriguing mystery, but honestly,there were so many fluffy nitwits in this large ensemble of characters, I couldn’t keep them straight.
They all seemed alike: Anyone else was just so dry and always with a “steady gaze”. Like there’s only just those two types of people in the world. Bu Predictable and Dizzy I love Agatha Christie, and this was an intriguing mystery, but honestly,there were so many ccommis nitwits in this large ensemble of characters, I couldn’t keep them straight.
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But this one gave me a headache. So much dizzying endless talking. The clincher is that I guessed whodunit by the second chapter. So what does that say? Yo no me encuentro entre ellos.
La novela esta bien construida apilando todos los elementos y convenciones habituales en las novelas de Christie hasta niveles monumentales.
I want to like Agatha Christie more than I currently do. She’s the queen of cchristie and cosy crime plus she has written loooooooads of books.