[ Pdf Murder at the Vicarage ä wwii-related-fiction PDF ] by Agatha Christie õ Ubistvo u parohijskom dvoru je prva knjiga jo jednog veoma popularnog serijala Agate Kristi o detektivu amateru gospo ici Marpl Li no, vi e mi prijaju dogodov tine gospo ice Marpl od avantura mesje Poaroa Daleko od toga da mi se ne svi a armantni Poaro, ali gospo ica Marpl me je kupila nekako na prvu loptu.
Gospo ica Marpl je jedna sredove na, radoznala dama koja me u mnogo emu podse a na jednu moju kom inicu, a pre svega po tome to uvek zna ta se de ava u tu em dvori tu Me utim, ta moja kom inica za razliku od glavne Agatine junakinje, nije ni pribli no toliko pametna, a nedostaje joj i poprili no njenog arma Sve u svemu, lako tivo koje se brzo ita, sa povremenim neo ekivanim obrtima i zanimljivom atmosferom.
Fiddledesticks How could you not enjoy a book where the word fiddledesticks is used I m a fan of Agatha Christie I read her a lot when I was much, much younger But I don t remember most of the books I read So every now and then I plan to pick up one of her books and indulge And what a better place to start that the first in the Miss Marple series.
Murder at the Vicarage tells the story of well, a murder in the vicarage St Mary Mead is a sleep town where not much happens However, the ladies of the town know everyone s business and it s routinely gossiped about Leonard Clement is the vicar and his wife Griselda, well, let s just say she s not much of the lady of the vicarage house She doesn t cook, doesn t clean, drives her husband mad, but she loves Len and he truly loves her despite the big age gap of the tw Murder at the Vicarage Marks The Debut Of Agatha Christie S Unflappable And Much Beloved Female Detective, Miss Jane Marple With Her Gift For Sniffing Out The Malevolent Side Of Human Nature, Miss Marple Is Led On Her First Case To A Crime Scene At The Local Vicarage Colonel Protheroe, The Magistrate Whom Everyone In Town Hates, Has Been Shot Through The Head No One Heard The Shot There Are No Leads Yet, Everyone Surrounding The Vicarage Seems To Have A Reason To Want The Colonel Dead It Is A Race Against The Clock As Miss Marple Sets Out On The Twisted Trail Of The Mysterious Killer Without So Much As A Bit Of Help From The Local Police Murder most proper Agatha Christie s Murder at the Vicarage was my first Miss Marple Now that I ve had her I can say with the experience of knowledge, she ain t half bad Still, I m not sure I d want to be caught by my macho, football playing friends reading a tea cozy mystery The characters are dapper dandies and old teetotaler biddies The high manners and speech abound, aside from that of the occasional parlor maid, flatfoot, or old age pensioner Beyond primal embarrassment, this sort of thing is just a little too quaint, even for meand I ve read all of James Herriot.
I always say I m not into the mystery genre, but whenever I read one I m riveted Murder at the Vicarage has some clever misdirection The murder is plausible, the details creditable and the solving of it all rewardingly confounding I found the writing style reminiscent o Who doesn t know the famous Miss Marple and her investigation talents When it comes to well known detectives in classic literature, along with Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot she will belong to those who are mentioned first I can almost imagine the gossipy, annoying and very inquisitive lady snooping around the village, and it s easy to understand why a smart character like her earned such a recognition beneath crime and mystery novels Murder at the Vicarage is called the first book in the Miss Marple series, yet she only appears in a handful of scenes, irregularly interspersed in the course of this novel.
In the first place, Agatha Christie writes about a colonel s death and the small town s vicar who tries to discover the murderer s identity Most of the characters will at some point of the novel be suspected of b This first Miss Marple mystery is deceptively gentle, with much of the story narrated by the mild mannered vicar When he returns to the vicarage to find the body of Colonel Protheroe shot in his study, the vicar becomes involved in the murder investigation, aided by his neighbour Miss Marple There is a wonderful list of suspects, motives and false trails along the way, until Jane Marple untangles the threads and makes everything clear.
Not only is this a masterfully plotted story, but it introduces us to St Mary Mead and a cast of characters who will become familiar friends in later books There are surly housemaids, ne er do well poachers, gossipy old ladies and crotchety old men in abundance As Miss Marple is keen to point out, you can see all of life quite well in a small village and nobody understands the undercurrents of life quite like she does Wonderful fun, well written I pondered and pondered my rating but have decided to go enjoyment and how good this was for the first in a series The Divine Christie had me completely fooled There are faults too many characters some very similar and the characterisation of Miss M is very uneven she is a right old bat at the start, but by the halfway point she is the amateur sleuth I love The trademark fluffiness hides great powers of observation and deduction.
Like there is a lot humour in this novel than most of her later ones And an awareness of social issues Ms Christie puts these words in one of her character s mouthsWe think with horror now of the days when we burnt witches I believe the day will come when we will shudder to think that we ever hanged criminals read with the Reading the Detectives group and most highly recommended The Murder at the Vicarage Miss Marple 1 , Agatha Christieoriginal Publication Year 1930Abstract Debut of Miss Jane Marple, village busybody who applies human nature to crimes Colonel Protheroe, magistrate universally despised, was shot in his study, unheard His wife Anne admits newly arrived artist Lawrence Redding is an old flame, and both confess to murder The local inspector and Jane sort through to the truth.
Characters Miss Jane Marple, Inspector Slack, Lawrence Redding, Len Clement, Griselda Clement, Colonel Protheroe, Anne Protheroe, Lettice Protheroe, Dr Haydock, Mrs LeStrange, Dr Stone, Gladys Cram, Dennis Clement, Mary, a maid, Hawes 1993 1372 1387 372 9789644890895 20 1388 307 9789643635756 1930
A solid 4.
5 stars for Murder at the Vicarage, the first novel in the Miss Marple cozy mystery series, written by Agatha Christie in 1930 I ve read ten novels by Christie and this one is near the top of the list for me From the characters to the setting and the plot to the tone, it s an intriguing and immersive read It started out a bit slow for me as the scene was being set, but once the murder happened, it took off in quick force I can happily say that I had 2 potential guesses as the culprit s , and I was correct which doesn t always happen I also knew there was way too much reference to time on clocks for it not to be important someone messed with the spinning needles to change the appearance of when the murde 7 12 21 2018 23 2018