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( Read E-pub ) ó Il terrore viene per posta ⚤ L indicazione dei medici tassativa il pilota Jerry Burton, dopo il grave incidente di cui rimasto vittima, ha bisogno di passare un lungo periodo in campagna E cosa c di pi tranquillo di Lymstok, un villaggio nel quale la vita scorre fin troppo monotona Jerry, conl esuberante sorella Joanna, inizialmente si trova proprio a suo agio, ma ben presto la vita dei due, come quella di molti altri abitanti del villaggio, viene stravolto da una serie di lettere anonime Queste assurde lettere, all inizio apparentemente innocue, alla fine provocano due morti Quale degli irreprensibili abitanti della comunit il responsabile Un vicario integerrimo, un medico indaffarato, uno strano collezionista o un facoltoso notaio A gettare una luce sull intricata vicenda arriva miss Marple, la persona pi adatta per ricordare che la malvagit pu nascondersi ovunque, senza risparmiare le localit dall aspetto pi innocuo Second Agatha Christie book To remind myself There are so MANY Anyway, this was just okay Short read which I appreciated I didn t guess the killer right away I liked the dialoguethan the storyline I like how people are engaged with one another Miss Marple just kinda showed up to solve the story in the last 30 pages People in this small village are getting disgusting, vulgar letters written to them It makes for a suicide and a killing The village is full of gossip, snide remark Second Agatha Christie book To remind myself There are so MANY Anyway, this was just okay Short read which I appreciated I didn t guess the killer right away I liked the dialoguethan the storyline I like how people are engaged with one another Miss Marple just kinda showed up to solve the story in the last 30 pages People in this small village are getting disgusting, vulgar letters written to them It makes for a suicide and a killing The village is full of gossip, snide remarks and lots of finger pointing Will chance a fewChristie novels Waiting for a five star They re short so not a waste of time There is too much tendency to attribute to God the evils that man does of his own free will I must concede you the Devil God doesn t really need to punish us, Miss Barton We re so busy punishing ourselves Summer and winter are begging for an Agatha Christie masterpiece Well, any season is fine, really, but extreme heat and extreme cold make most us seek a nice, cozy atmosphere, a good mystery and what Agatha mystery isn t good and the lovely Miss Marple Every July and August I reThere is too much tendency to attribute to God the evils that man does of his own free will I must concede you the Devil God doesn t really need to punish us, Miss Barton We re so busy punishing ourselves Summer and winter are begging for an Agatha Christie masterpiece Well, any season is fine, really, but extreme heat and extreme cold make most us seek a nice, cozy atmosphere, a good mystery and what Agatha mystery isn t good and the lovely Miss Marple Every July and August I re read Miss Marple s adventures and I usually reserve winter for lovely Hercule In any case, The Moving Finger is one my most favourite Marple mysteries The gossiping community, the theme of self harm, the position of the girl that fits nowhere, the uncompromising socialite with a heart of goldThis is a very particular mystery among Jane s escapades because it is populated with very interesting, complex characters and I ve always felt that this is a story where the mystery has been given a secondary role, letting characters like Jerry, Megan and Joanna shine through the pages It is not accidental that Marple appears rather late and yet she is not missed at all And I ve always had a fondness for stories that include threatening letters and a sassy vicar s wife The 2006 ITV adaptation was rather marvellous as wellA man travels fastest who travels alone The Moving Finger Miss Marple 4 , original publication year 1942Characters Miss Jane Marple, Jerry Burton, Joanna Burton, Megan Hunter, Aim e Griffith, Owen Griffith, Richard Symmington, Elsie Holland, Agnes Woddell, Mrs Dane Calthrop, Emily Barton, Mr Pye.Abstract Jerry Burton, wounded pilot narrator, recuperates in quiet Lymstock with loyal fashionable sister Joanna, until vicious letters spread suspicion, then death Mrs Symmington is not the type to panic, but drinks cyanide and leaves The Moving Finger Miss Marple 4 , original publication year 1942Characters Miss Jane Marple, Jerry Burton, Joanna Burton, Megan Hunter, Aim e Griffith, Owen Griffith, Richard Symmington, Elsie Holland, Agnes Woddell, Mrs Dane Calthrop, Emily Barton, Mr Pye.Abstract Jerry Burton, wounded pilot narrator, recuperates in quiet Lymstock with loyal fashionable sister Joanna, until vicious letters spread suspicion, then death Mrs Symmington is not the type to panic, but drinks cyanide and leaves two boys in the care of buxom blonde governess Elsie Her daughter Megan intrigues Jerry, while shy Dr Griffith asks Joanna to help deliver a newborn Eccentric vicar s wife Mrs Calthrop invites sweet old Miss Jane Marple to unravel clues that Jerry recognizes when he dozes 2013 1373 197 9643130096 1387 264 9789648249781 1388 216 9789643636210 Not a favorite by any means, The Moving Finger is a good, tidy mystery, but our Miss Marple is not part of the story until the very end I have read quite a few Christie mysteries, stand alone stories, a few Poirrot, a few Tommy and Tuppence, but mostly Miss Marple She is my favorite, because she knows human failings and foibles so well and she looks like a dowdy old lady and therefore is not taken seriously by murderers, until it s too late.