The Sittaford Mystery
It was a typical Dickens’ Christmas — deep snow everywhere — and down in the little village of Sittaford on the fringe of Dartmoor, the snow was the deepest of all. Mrs. Willett, the winter tenant in Captain Trevelyan’s country house, had given a party and the guests were now snowbound.
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Even without one of her star players on the stage, Agatha Christie develops an intriguing bunch of characters and delivers a fine story in her usual sprightly, amusing, and utterly English style ... Read full review