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My mother has always preferred Miss Marple to Hercule Poirot (and I seem to recall reading that even the author herself found M. Poirot insufferable at times). Although I don’t mind the Belgian’s arrogance for the most part, it was … Continue reading
Agatha Christie has become my main “go to” author; if I’m not sure what book I want to read next, I read one of Christie’s mysteries. Since she was a very prolific writer, she will probably hold that position in … Continue reading