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The Regatta Mystery and Other Stories – Agatha Christie


“I didn’t want to appear vain,” Miss Marple said, “but I couldn’t help being just a teeny weeny bit pleased with myself, because, just by applying a little common sense, I believe I really did solve a problem that had baffled cleverer heads than mine. Though really I should have thought the whole thing was obvious from the beginning…

“A woman had been stabbed in her hotel room and her husband was under suspicion. But the situation boiled down to this–no one but the hus-band and the chambermaid had entered the vic-tim’s room.

“I inquired about the chambermaid…” “The champion deceiver of our time.” –NEW YORK TIMES

Berkley books by Agatha Christie

APPOINTMENT wITH DEATH

THE BIG FOUR THE BOOMERANG CLUE CARDS ON THE TABLE DEAD MAN’S MIRROR DEATH IN THE AIR DOUBLE SIN AND OTHER STORIES

ELEPHANTS CAN REMEMBER

THE GOLDEN BALL AND OTHER STORIES THE HOLLOW

THE LABORS OF HERCULES

THE MAN IN THE BROWN SUIT MISS MARPLE: THE COMPLETE SHORT STORIES

MR. PARKER PYNE, DETECTIVE

THE MOVING FINGER

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