Murder Is Easy

Murder Is Easy

Paperback - 2001
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It was just Luke Fitzwilliam's luck to be stuck next to a dotty old woman like Miss Fullerton on the London-bound train--although he found himself quite entertained with her tall tales about a series of perfect murders in the quaint village of Wychwood. But when he reads the next day of the freak accident that killer her, too, Fitzwilliam's amusement turns to grave concern. A visit to the isolated village confirms his worst fears. For Wychwood seems to be divided by an eccentric lot of locals: those who are in on a dark and dangerous secret--and those who don't live long enough to share it.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2001, c1967.
Edition: St. Martin's Paperbacks ed. --
ISBN: 9780312979829
Branch Call Number: FIC/Chris 6173mb 1
Characteristics: 277 p. --


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Jul 11, 2015

Good story. Next in the series of Superintendent Battle.

Feb 05, 2015

Excellent Book really makes you think lots of twists like all her books

Apr 22, 2013

"Why it's very easy to get away with murder," said the old lady on the train, "when no one would ever suspect you." A chance encounter on a train with a little old lady sets a young man on the path to unravel a series of murders in a small town. Not done with her more familiar detectives, but I think this book is my favorite of Christie's.

May 27, 2010

The common "rule" for her books, that the one person who isn't suspected is the one "whodunit" didn't work with this book. I won't tell you why.


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Jan 08, 2014

"Miss Fullerton shook her head. "No, that's where you're wrong. It's very easy to kill, so long as no one suspects you." page 15

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