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" 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
clicking the links will take you to the Amazon website ~ I am an Amazon affliate
Thank you, and happy reading!