A Pocket Full of Rye
The shocking thing about Rex Fortescue’s murder was that the contemptible tycoon wasn’t knocked off sooner. But when two less deserving souls fall victim to the killer, Miss Jane Marple is engaged to detect. The only link appears to be buried in a not-so-innocent verse. So what’s the rhyme and reason behind the playful hint? The answer draws the shrewd sleuth into the heart of a family secret - and an increasingly menacing game that’s anything but child’s play.
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Review: A Pocket Full of Rye (Miss Marple #7)User Review - Goodreads
Really enjoyed my first Agatha Christie. Every few pages I'd start feeling smug and clued up, but when all was revealed, the culprit came as a complete shock. Miss Marple, I am not - but it's surprisingly fun being outsmarted. Read full review
Review: A Pocket Full Of Rye (Miss Marple #7)User Review - Saravannan - Goodreads
This is my 1st book from the Marple series (that I was able to finish). Well, it was okay but not as good as I was expecting it to be. Miss Marple solved the case alright, but she came throughout the ... Read full review