Home Agatha Christie The Body in the Library. The body in the library, . Part of Miss Marple series by Agatha Christie. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18. Agatha Christie. The Body in the Library. A Miss Marple Mystery. The bold bad baronet for melodrama, the body in the library for the detective story. For several years I treasured up the possibility of a suitable Variation on a well-known Theme. I laid down for myself certain conditions. The library in question must be a highly orthodox and conventional library. The body, on the other hand, must be a wildly improbable and highly sensational body. Such were the terms of the problem, but for some years they remained as such, represented only by a few lines of writing in an exercise book.
It’s seven in the morning. The Bantrys wake to find the body of a young woman in their library. She is wearing an evening dress and heavy makeup, 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 Miss Marple to solve the mystery. before tongues start to wag. Year: 2011. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
The body of a strangled young girl is found in the library of a retired general, a person close to Miss Marple. Step by step she discovers who she is (she is not who she is supposed to be), who is the real killer (dismissing the accusations against the obvious murderer), the motive of the murders (as TWO girls are killed in the end) and HOW the murders were perpetrated (in a most clever way!). 32 people found this useful. Who is the killer in the story then there were none by Agatha Christie? Justice Wargrave The judge is the killer. He fakes his death with the help of the doctor. What is the book And Then There Were None about by Agatha Christie? The best detective story written yet, depicting the perfect crime! It's true that she didn't play quite fair, withholding some vital piece of information.
Главная → Классический детектив → Christie Agatha → The Body in the Library. The Body in the Library, Agatha Christie. Out of the dull green light Mary's voice came, breathless, hysterical. Oh, ma'am, oh, ma'am, there's a body in the library!" And then, with a hysterical burst of sobs, she rushed out of the room again. Mrs. Bantry sat up in bed. Either her dream had taken a very odd turn or else - or else Mary had really rushed into the room and had said - incredibly fantastic! - that there was a body in the library. Impossible," said Mrs. Bantry to herself. I must have been dreaming.
We've just found a body in the library. You know, when my wife insisted this morning that the housemaid had come in and said there was a body in the library, I just wouldn't believe he. "No, no, I can quite understand that. Hope your missus isn't too badly upset by it al.
A typical, enthralling, Agatha Christie thriller. Christie writes with typical British fun and humor, ironic observations appearing here and there, such as a reference to a woman who regularly attended to the poor, no matter how hard they tried to avoid her. Miss Marple’s character is cleverer than everyone else, but not in the least haughty about it, finding lavish praise somewhat trying and glancing any boastful claims about her talents
27 quotes from The Body in the Library (Miss Marple ‘What I feel is that if one has got to have a murder actually happening in one's house, one migh. Jeg leser alle sammen, og har navnetrekkene til Dorothy Sayers og Agatha Christie og Dickson Carr og . Agatha Christie, The Body in the Library. One does see so much evil in a village, murmured Miss Marple in an explanatory voice. Here was a man who would never rail against fate but accept it and pass on to victory ― Agatha Christie, The Body in the Library.
The idea of a dead body in the library was a typical of a detective story in the early twentieth century and Ms Christie presents it here as a Variation on a well-known theme. In the most conservative library of Colonel Bantry, a dead body of a young girl is found and to cook-up the mystery she has created a family of an old, crippled man, a tennis player, a young girl guide, a dance hostess, a film man etc. And to solve this, we have our dear Miss Jane Marple. The book was first published in 1942 and has been twice adapted since for Television series