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Book Review – Nemesis

NemesisNemesis by Agatha Christie

Review: Solid Christie. I really liked the way this one is set up: Miss Marple receives a mystery letter from a dead acquaintance that starts her down the path to solving multiple murders. It was clever and fun. However, I still like Ms. Christie’s Poirot novels more than Miss Marple. Poirot seems to be more about smarts whereas Miss Marple stumbles into murder investigations and sometimes even acts dumb or scatterbrained to get to the truth. Although I do like the thought of a little old lady kicking ass and taking names.

Check this out… Watch an episode of “Agatha Christies’s Marple”

In honor of the 123rd birthday of the best-selling mystery author, this week is dedicated to Agatha Christie.

I’ll be reviewing the Miss Marple Mystery “Nemesis” later this week but if you’re dying to know whodunit, you can watch the British ITV episode below.

Watch an Episode of “Agatha Christie’s Marple” via IndieWire