The Mirror Crack'd From Side to Side - Marple Book 9 (Paperback)Agatha Christie (author)
When glamorous Marina Gregg came to live in St Mary Mead, tongues were sure to wag.
But, with a local gossip's sudden death, has one tongue wagged a bit too much?
As the police chase false leads, and two more victims meet untimely ends, Miss Marple starts to ask her own questions.
What secrets might link a peaceful English village and a star of the silver screen?
Never underestimate Miss Marple
'Christie's ingenious plots and fiendish twists set the bar for all of us who follow in her footsteps.'
'The pieces finally drop into place with a satisfying click.'
Times Literary Supplement
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 17 mm
'Without a doubt, the greatest mystery writer of all time' - Ragnar Jonasson
'A hundred years after her first novel, and we are all still standing in her shadow' - Andrew Taylor
'She gives us an insight into human nature that few, if any, have surpassed' - Susan Lewis
'Dame Agatha has sold more books than all besides Shakespeare and the Bible' - David Baldacci
'All crime fiction writers around the globe owe Agatha Christie a massive debt' - Peter James
'Reading a perfectly plotted Agatha Christie is like crunching into a perfect apple: that pure, crisp, absolute satisfaction.' - Tana French
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