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Details for Eight Miss Marple titles - by Agatha Christie
Created by Ratio: 1.00peterg23 3 months ago 0   0
Audio Books : Mystery and Suspense : Other quality : English

All recordings are unabridged Mono CBR Fraunhofer MP3 and are of CD quality.
These are narrations, not dramatisations. The narrators include - James Saxon, Rosalind Ayres, Stephanie Cole and Joan Hickson.


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* 1. The Murder at the Vicarage [1930], 7 hours 22 mins, read by James Saxon, 64kbps
James Saxon delivers a memorable and absolutely masterful performance of Christie's first Miss Marple mystery. When the unpopular Colonel Protheroe is found murdered in the vicar's study, it seems that everyone—his unhappy wife, his daughter, a visiting artist, an embittered poacher, the vicar—has a motive in a mystery that confounds the authorities, consumes the village and can only be untangled by observations and deductions of our heroine: the elderly gossip-cum-sleuth Miss Marple. Saxon's artful and enthusiastic portrayal of a host of characters—male and female, guilty and innocent, young and old—will delight Christie fans, mystery lovers and anyone lucky enough to listen.

* 2. The Thirteen Problems [1932], 6 hours 46 mins, read by Joan Hickson, 64 kbps
There are three sets of narrative, though they themselves interrelate. The first set of six are stories told by the Tuesday Night Club, a random gathering of people at the house of Miss Marple. Each week the group tell thrilling tales of mystery, which are always solved by Miss Marple, from the comfort of her armchair. One of the guests is Sir Henry Clithering, an ex-commissioner of Scotland Yard, and this allows Christie to resolve the story, with him usually pointing out that the criminals were caught. The next set of six occur as part of a dinner party Miss Marple is invited to at the request of Sir Henry Clithering, as a result of her skill in the Tuesday Night Club. This employs a similar guessing game, and once more Miss Marple triumphs. The thirteenth story, Death by Drowning takes place some time after the dinner party when Miss Marple finds out that Clithering is staying in St. Mary Mead and asks him to help in the investigation surrounding the death of a girl in the village.

* 3. The Body in the Library [1942] , 5 hours 23 mins, read by Stephanie Cole, 64kbps
It's seven in the morning in the English village of St Mary Mead. The Bantrys wake to find the corpse of a young woman in their library. She is wearing evening dress and heavy make-up, which is now smeared across her cheeks. But who is she? How did she get there? And what is the connection with another dead girl, whose charred remains are later discovered in an abandoned quarry? The respectable Bantrys invite their friend Miss Marple to solve the mystery - before tongues start to wag...

* 4. The Moving Finger [1943], 5 hours 54 mins, read by James Saxon, 48 kbps
Jerry Burton and his sister, Joanna, are living temporarily in a quiet English village so that Jerry can recover from a disabling aviation accident. No one has warned them that vile, anonymous letters were being sent to various villagers and, indeed, they soon receive such a letter themselves. A letter, of course, is only harmful if a recipient takes it so seriously she kills herself - which happens soon after the story begins. And then there is a murder. Is this the result of a letter, or of a deranged mind that fears discovery? Jerry Burton is out of investigative ideas, when Miss Marple appears....

* 5. A Pocket Full of Rye [1953], 6 hours 47 mins, read by Rosalind Ayres, 48 kbps
Rex Fortescue was a very rich and quite unpleasant man. He ran his family and his business with an iron fist. One morning his very efficient secretary took in his morning tea and found him dying. While investigating his death the police were met with one puzzle after another, and just why did he have a pocket full of rye grain? As they were beginning to get some answers another murder occurred and then yet another each bringing more confusion to the scene. Miss Marple arrives at the house and begins to sort through the tangle of clues to steer the police in the right direction.

* 6. At Bertram's Hotel [1965], 6 hours 44 mins, read by Stephanie Cole, 64kbps
In the midst of a crime wave involving a host of startling robberies, elderly Miss Jane Marple takes a vacation at London's Bertram's Hotel - a hotel that specialises in recreating the luxuries of the bygone Edwardian age, complete with high tea, cozy armchairs by the fire, and world-class service. But when a young heiress staying at the hotel becomes involved with an undesirable man and the absent-minded Canon Pennyfeather mysteriously disappears from his rooms, Miss Marple quickly realises that the hotel's famous service may include more than meets the eye....

* 7. Sleeping Murder [1976], 6 hours 17 mins, read by Stephanie Cole, 64kbps (written in 1940, but published in 1976)
The owner of an English seaside villa is plagued by strange feelings about it's past...Soon after Gwenda moved into her new home, odd things started to happen. Despite her best efforts to modernise the house, she only succeeded in dredging up its past. Worse, she felt an irrational sense of terror every time she climbed the stairs! In fear, Gwenda turned to Miss Marple to exorcise her ghosts. Between them, they were to solve a 'perfect' crime committed many years before....

* 8. Miss Marple's Final Cases [1979], 6 hours 4 mins, read by Joan Hickson, 32 kbps
Miss Marple Tells a Story, Strange Jest, Tape-Measure Murder, The Case of the Caretaker, The Case of the Perfect Maid, Greenshaw's Folly and Sanctuary.



*** My other six Miss Marple audio books (all read by Emilia Fox) are here: https://www.demonoid.is/files/details/287185/052694059/


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