Everybody in St. Mary Mead knew Miss Marple; fluffy and dithery in appearance, but inwardly as sharp and as shrewd as they make them.Agatha Christie, 4:50 from Paddington
Well, I found a lovely article about my current mostest favorite cozy mystery TV series, Death in Paradise, which I’ve shared below. At least I hope so! Alas, this techie thing trips me up more often than not, but I just wanted to share the blog post and let my genteel readers know that The Puzzle Doctor has a number of good articles about it on his blog, one that I recommend to anyone who loves a good mystery, whether book, film or telly. Happy reading!
Well, as the rain comes down and the wind picks up here in Merry Old England, what better than a chance to spend an hour in the Caribbean on the island of Saint-Marie? Yes, it might be the murder capital of the world, averaging eight (usually locked room) murders a year, but if you can […]
My apologies for the recent duplicate posts and general wonkiness on the blog. I’ve been trying to spruce things up a bit and explore some of the lovely features of this new template, and not being much of a techie, it’s really all click and error for someone like me. (Mostly error, LOL.) But I hope you enjoy the wee quotes (a new feature I simply love!) and some of the other things I’ll be sharing soon. Thank you, genteel readers, and happy reading!
Henry, Roux the Day: A Gourmet Detective Mystery
Henry, "Roux the Day: A Gourmet Detective Mystery" film
Miss Marple is a white-haired old lady with a gentle, appealing manner — Miss Wetherby is a mixture of vinegar and gush. Of the two, Miss Marple is much the more dangerous.Agatha Christie, The Murder at the Vicarage