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What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw!

Agatha Christie

What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw!

by Agatha Christie

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Published by Dodd, Mead in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesRed badge detective
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.C4637 Wg, PR6005.H66 Wg
The Physical Object
Pagination192 p.
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6225857M
LC Control Number57012135
OCLC/WorldCa1426906

Get this from a library! What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw!. [Agatha Christie] -- Mrs. McGillicuddy sees a murder being committed, but when the body cannot be found, only Miss Jane Marple believes her story.   by Agatha Christie published In this Miss Marple mystery, our story starts, not with Miss Marple, but with another elderly lady, Mrs. McGillicuddy. After doing some Christmas shopping in London, Mrs. McGillicuddy boards the from Paddington, heading to the country to visit an old friend. On the way, another train momentarily runs parallel.

Start your review of Five Complete Miss Marple Novels: The Mirror Crack'd, A Caribbean Mystery, Nemesis, What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw!, The Body in the Library Write a review Sherri Rabinowitz rated it it was amazing/5. What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw!.. [Agatha Christie] -- Miss Marple is the only one who believes that the elderly Mrs McGillicuddy saw a woman being murdered in the train running parallel to hers. # Book of the Month Club\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n wdrs.

  Ten lashes with a wet noodle to whoever changed the original fun title of "What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw!" to the boring old " From Paddington". Thank goodness they couldn't tamper with the delicious treat inside. What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw is a murder outside her train window, on another train running parallel to hers/5(6). Get this from a library! What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw!. [Agatha Christie] -- Through the window of her first class coach, Mrs. McGillicuddy sees a woman being strangled in a passing train. No one believes her except her good friend Miss Marple. Now the inimitable sleuth must.


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In this book, the plot is driven by the fact that Miss Marple KNOWS that her friend Elspeth McGillicuddy is a woman with honesty, common sense, and NO imagination.

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Directed by Andy Wilson. With Geraldine McEwan, Griff Rhys Jones, David Warner, Niamh Cusack. Miss Marple investigates the wealthy Crackenthorpe clan, believing a body to be hidden on their estate after a visiting friend witnesses a brutal strangling murder occurring on a passing train/10(K).

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The beginning of the story was interesting, though unusual, even for one of Christie's murder mysteries. Mrs. McGillicuddy saw a tall, dark man strangling a woman as her train passed by a different train, where the murder occurred, and reported it to authorities -- but.

"It was murder. Framed in the railway-carriage window opposite Mrs. McGillicuddy's own, a man was slowly, relentlessly strangling a woman to death But no corpse had been found, and only Miss Jane Marple believed her old friend's story.

Miss Marple was indeed past the age for pursuing killers-but for too stubborn to let them go free!"--BOOK COVER. What Mrs McGillicuddy Saw. (The Agatha Christie Mystery Collection) by Christie, Agatha and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at I just finished the 4th book in this collection: "What Mrs.

McGillicuddy Saw!" I really enjoyed it and there were tons of characters and details for me to sort out. I never would have guessed the actual person/5. What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw. New York, Dodd, Mead [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Jane Marple, (Fictitious character); Jane Marple, (Fictitious character) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Agatha Christie.

Murder Without A Corpse Challenges Miss Marple In “The From Paddington” Agatha Christie gives us another in her long list of detective stories involving a large family at their estate.

This is, in my opinion, one of the best, and begins when Elspeth McGillicuddy, a friend of Miss Marple’s, is returning from Christmas shopping in London and on her way to visit Jane in St. Mary Mead. A friend of Miss Marple, Mrs Elspeth McGillicuddy, is traveling down to meet Miss Marple on the from Paddington.

On the way she witnesses a murder when her train draws alongside another train briefly traveling in the same direction. Mrs McGillicuddy reports her sighting to.

Get this from a library. What Mrs. McGillicuddy saw!. [Agatha Christie] -- "It was murder. Framed in the railway-carriage window opposite Mrs. McGillicuddy's own, a man was slowly, relentlessly strangling a woman to death But no corpse had been found, and only Miss Jane.

The oddest book in this volume is certainly What Mrs. Gillicuddy Saw. (exclamation point in the original). There are two main points of interest: 1. The character who, after taking a First in mathematics at Oxford, decides she'd really be happiest working as a domestic servant, and does so, and is/5.

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Mrs Packington felt alone, helpless and utterly forlorn. But her life. Parker Pyne Investigates by Agatha Christie is on Belle’s read shelf. Belle gave this book 5 stars. Shelves: mystery and comfort-reads. A few years a ago I bought a second-hand copy of every Agatha Christie book ever published.

I had read many of them as a teenager but. What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw!-One of my top 5 Agatha Christie novels. - The Butler Did It. April This has been one of my favorite Agatha Christie novels since the first time I read it.

(Hercule Poirot, book by Agatha Christie - book cover, description, publication history.Find What Mrs McGillicuddy Saw! by Christie, Agatha at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers.Mrs. McGillicuddy has trouble convincing anyone that she has seen a man strangle a woman on a passing train and turns to Miss Jane Marple for help in proving her story From inside the book What people are saying - Write a review.