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  1. With the year winding down, I find myself tying up loose ends or trying to find one or twoquality novels to read Yet, when the reading detectives group selected to read Miss Marple s final case, Nemesis, this month, I could not resist joining in the group read I have long viewed mysteries as my palette cleaners, my bridge in between denser reads No author does this trick better for me than the queen of crime, Dame Agatha Christie With a new version of Murder on the Orient Express out i With the year winding down, I find myself tying up loose ends or trying to find one or twoquality novels to read Yet, when the reading detectives group selected to read Miss Marple s final case, Nemesis, this month, I could not resist joining in the group read I have long viewed mysteries as my palette cleaners, my bridge in between denser reads No author does this trick better for me than the queen of crime, Dame Agatha Christie With a new version of Murder on the Orient Express out in theaters,people are reading Christie than ever before, many for the...

  2. Miss Jane Marple, the lovable, old, amateur crime fighter , murders only please, how much time does she have left is back in action again, reading the obituaries in the newspapers, something the ancients, can t stop from doing, all their friends and the people they know, are dropping like flies Miss Jane , discovers that Mr Jason Rafiel, who worked with her in a previous case , A Caribbean Mystery has passed away, he was a rich, retired army major, a wizard at finances She had met him Miss Jane Marple, the lovable, old, amateur crime fighter , murders only please, how much time does she have left is back in action again, reading the obituaries in the newspapers, something the ancients, can t stop from doing, all their friends and the people they know, are dropping like flies Miss Jane , discovers that Mr Jason Rafiel, who worked with her in a previous case , A Caribbean Mystery has passed away, he was a rich, retired army major, a wizard at finances She had met him on a Caribbean vacation in a hotel, in the West Indies, about a year and a half ago Not exactly a friend, but Jane enjoyed the company, of the rough, yet somehow likable major, in very ill health Receiving a letter from unknow...

  3. Alfred Don t read this Everybody else Nemesis. For such an ominous title, Christie presents a rather philosophically reserved and sedentary work Miss Marple, of the pink fluffy wool and knitting needles, has been left a bequest by Mr Rafiel, the debilitated rich man she met during A Caribbean Mystery. The bequest is ...

  4. Despite Miss Marple s twittering, kindly, old biddy persona that she presents to many, she s an analytical, stern, rather ruthless and calculating person, carefully evaluating people s behaviour and words to very effectively determine who is a murderer Nemesis is a fairly slow moving story, as Miss Marple is tasked with uncovering a mystery by a rich financier she had met while vacationing in the Caribbean some time before There is much time spent while Miss Marple gets to know a number of peo Despite Miss Marple s twittering, kindly, old biddy persona that she presents to many, she s an analytical, stern, rather ruthless and calculating person, carefully evaluating people s behavio...

  5. In which I mostly skirt around my incredibly long and ever expanding views on societal victim shaming because who has days to type that up and people just want to know about the wacky British people, for godssake Nemesis starts very intriguingly, with Mr Rafiel, introduced in A Caribbean Mystery leaving Miss Marple in his will twenty thousand pounds, given she solve a mystery for him Old hat for Miss Marple, right Except she won t be told the who, the what, the where, or the when of the crime, In which I mostly skirt around my incredibly long and ever expanding views on societal victim shaming because who has days to type that up and people just want to know about the wacky British people, for godssake Nemesis starts very intriguingly, with Mr Rafiel, introduced in A Caribbean Mystery leaving Miss Marple in his will twenty thousand pounds, given she solve a mystery for him Old hat for Miss Marple, right Except she won t be told the who, the what, the where, or the when of the crime, only the code word Nemesis.I feel a little guilty giving this a lower rating than A Caribbean Mystery, as it does feature a muchinvolving mystery, full of messed up psycho sexual dimensions to which Agatha Christie gives muchbody than Caribbean trifle But it is also in need of a judicious amount of editing it takes a far bit to get moving, the same clues and r...

  6. Phew, just finished and you know, I don t think I ve ever read this I knew the story, probably through the TV version, but this was even better.The plot was excellent and it was probably the Miss Marple book with her the most visible, which truly made it enjoyable A wonderful cast of characters, in a fantastic setting and an unknown mystery to solve with Miss Marple in the middle of it, whatcould you want.And now that being the last novel, and only the final short stor...

  7. This year I have been reading or rather re reading all of the Miss Marple books Although I have one book of short stories left, this is the final novel, published in 1971 Christie died in 1976 Many of Christie s later books are not considered up to par with her greatest works, mostly published in the 1930 s Certainly, Christie through her characters is a little crotchety in this outing Young women are referred to in rather unkind terms, showing the author s displeasure with theThis year I have been reading or rather re reading all of the Miss Marple books Although I have one book of short stories left, this is the final novel, published in 1971 Christie died in 1976 Many of Christie s later books are not considered up to par with her greatest works, mostly published...

  8. She s going to take it on, is she Sporting old bean, he said Then he added, I suppose she knows something of what it s all about, does she Apparently not, said Mr Broadribb. I would have reviewed this one a while ago, right after I read the book, in fact, but I really didn t want to be reminded about much of the book.I have really grown to dislike Miss Marple and this book is a fine example of everything that bugs me about her character From her innate xenophobiaThe fourth chair wasShe s going to take it on, is she Sporting old bean, he said Then he added, I suppose she knows something of what it s all about, does she Apparently not, said Mr Broadribb. I would have reviewed this one a while ago, right after I read the book, in fact, but I real...

  9. Very slow start Good plot, though.

  10. 2.5 5 Turns out I m just not a fan of Christie s 1970s novels except for the ones she wrote years before, but which were published in the 1970s The mystery itself was actually quite good, but what really annoyed me were some of the remarks made by Miss Marple and other characters in this story A lot of it was highly problematic there was some victim blaming mixed with a few xenophobic and rascist comments and totally outdated views o...