[New] (450 from Paddington) By Agatha Christie

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450 from Paddington

450 from Paddington characters Ç 107 Fascinated the end came The body went limp and crumpled in the man's handsNobody believed Mrs McGillicuddy because there was no corpseNobody that is except an old lady named Jane Marple. Lucy Eyelesbarrow is the best thing about this book Loved her Why is she not in booksShe and Miss Marple were just an unbeatable teamHowever that ending came out of nowhere like a giant ex machina sky beamNo I do not agree with that one at all I normally don t mind when Christie makes someone unlikely character the murderer but this one was poorly donePOORLY DONEEverything from the slipshod way the murderer was identified by the witness to the idiotic reasoning behind the murder s reason for killing the young woman I was floored by how badly it all came together 5 stars for Lucy and the rest of the characters 1 star for the ridiculous endingI m settling for 3 stars because I love trains in mysteriesToot toot Publisher HarperAudioEdition UnabridgedJoan Hickson Narrator

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450 from Paddington characters Ç 107 She was the only witness to a murderStanding with his back to her was a man His hands were around a woman's throat He was slowly relentlessly strangling her As Mrs McGillicuddy watched. The truth is people are an extraordinary mixture of heroism and cowardice I don t really want to consider Miss Marple s character a flaw in itself but not only I don t particularly connect with her she wasn t even present most of the time Since the figure of the detective is one of the things I consider and value the most in a crime novel I was disappointed Long story short long live my favourite Belgian egghead This investigation ran so long It just dragged on and on for 200 pages without moving forward in the slightest It doesn t happen to me very often with this kind of books but this time around I have no choice but admit that I was bored to tears Another thing about detective fiction that makes me fall head over heels every single time is the long explanation that takes place at the end of the story whodunit style the so called d nouement In Christie s novels the d nouement is usually long and unbelievably satisfying I always enjoy it even when I didn t like how the investigation was carried out In 450 from Paddington the whole thing is explained in two measly pages I found it anticlimactic and underwhelmingDefinitely not the best Christie s out there

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450 from Paddington characters Ç 107 Who figured out where the body was hidden and then showed Scotland Yard how to trap the killerOriginally published as 450 From Paddington Britain and serialized as Eye Witness to Murde. 450 From Paddington by Agatha Christie is the seventh installment of A Miss Marple Mystery set in Rutherford Hall in England Featuring Miss Jane Marple A resident of St Mary Mead Detective Inspector Dermot Craddock Grandson of Sir Henry Clithering works at Scotland Yard A Woman was Strangled within a running train without any clues A murder mystery set on two passing trains On One Elspeth McGillicuddy says she has witnessed out of her window she explains that she saw a man gripping and strangling a woman by the throat The body falls to the floor but before she can see anything else the train has passed If witnessed a murder on a passing train what you do Who would believe youElspeth tells her story but no one believes her well it s not as if there were any other witnesses and there s not even a body But Miss Jane Marple thinks there is something in her story and so starts her own investigation The truth is people are an extraordinary mixture of heroism and cowardice The reader s reaction The title 450 From Paddington previously published as What Mrs McGillicuddy Saw sounds like the start of a journey All Aboard The journey here is one from Paddington to St Mary Mead but it s the landscapes the rolling countryside and the noise of the train rattling along the tracks that provides the sights and sound to evoke a train journey of times gone byThe murdered leads to another wealthy family Crackenthorpe Family consisting of huge family members Agatha Christie being a well bred upper class lady herself she preferred to set her stories in the hushed elegance of upper class tea parlours where a servant would always answer the bell pull unless they have been strangled In this part Christie invented a figure of an absolutely faultless female servant efficient and much intelligent than merely the smug and snobbish people Lucy Eyelesbarrow is clearly the heroine of the novel The initial description of her may seem a bit far fetched but she gradually comes to life Lucy Eyelesbarrow who can be considered a part time detective too Though Miss Marple s age becomes a subject of confusion as she survives fifty years of dotage In this part the reader will experience her weakness in her ability Miss Marple is positioned in varying ways as a participant in the cultures where she investigates For Miss Marple sleuthing has a practical application It is not performed for social control but rather as a means of better understanding the world around her She does this firstly by enjoying her discredited friends to help her with her investigation Her truth worthy participants are Sir Henry Clithering Detective Inspector Dermot Craddock Leonard Griselda s boy who is very knowledgeable about maps This part is Highly recommended for Miss Marple Fan


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    [New] (450 from Paddington) By Agatha Christie Agatha Christie ↠ 7 review Mrs McGillicuddy is traveling by train when she witnesses a woman being strangled in the train traveling alongside hers She reports the incident and is promptly dismissed leaving her to turn to her friend the resourceful Mis

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    [New] (450 from Paddington) By Agatha Christie 450 from Paddington Miss Marple #8 original publication year 1957Characters Miss Jane Marple Lucy Eyelesbarrow Mrs McGillicuddyAbstract Having done her Christmas shopping Mrs McGillicuddy relaxes happily in a train Then a

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    [New] (450 from Paddington) By Agatha Christie An excellent Miss Marple with her at her very best ably assisted by Lucy Eyelesbarrow A great story very original with a large cast of possible suspects or are they possible victims Well woven as ever by the Mistress of Crime into a story with a number of red herrings and a wonderful denouement Certainly worth a read

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    [New] (450 from Paddington) By Agatha Christie characters ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Agatha Christie Agatha Christie ↠ 7 review So let's say you are an elderly Scottish woman While you are returning from a day of christmas shopping in the city you happen to glance out the train window and see something uite unsettling in a neighboring train A MURDERNo one else is around and when you report this terrible unsettling crime you are met with severe skepticism What is one to do? You've just seen a woman killed you have no idea what the murderer looks like and you are af

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