By Agatha Christie
As Jane Marple sat basking within the tropical sunshine she felt mildly discontented with lifestyles. actual, the heat eased her rheumatism, yet the following in paradise not anything ever occurred. Then a question used to be positioned to her by way of a stranger: 'Would you love to work out an image of a murderer?' earlier than she has an opportunity to respond to, the fellow vanishes, in basic terms to be came across useless the next day to come. The mysteries abound: the place is the image? Why is the hotelier at risk of nightmares? Why does not the main talked-about visitor, a reclusive millionaire, ever go away his room? And why is pass over Marple herself anxious for her life?
Of be aware: A Caribbean secret introduces the rich (and tricky) Mr Jason Rafiel, who will name upon pass over Marple for assist in Nemesis (1971) -- after his death.
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A Caribbean Mystery: A Miss Marple Mystery (Miss Marple Mysteries Book 10) by Agatha Christie