'A Caribbean Mystery', 'They Do It With Mirrors', 'The Mirror Crack'd Side to Side', 'A Pocket Full of Rye'
'A Caribbean Mystery'
As Miss Marple dozes in the West Indian sun, an old soldier talks of elephant-shooting and scandals. Then he dies - and the deceptively frail detective finds herself investigating a most exotic murder . . .
'A Pocket Full of Rye'
Rex Fortescue, "king" of a financial empire, was in his counting house; his "queen" was in the parlour . . . There are baffling similarities between the rhyme and the crime and it takes all Miss Marple's ingenuity to find them . . .
'The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side'
Marina Greg, the famous film actress, witnesses a murder in her country home. But what gave her the expression of frozen terror that only Dolly Bantry saw? Dolly, of course, knows just who can find out: her old friend, Miss Marple . . .
'They Do It With Mirrors'
To fulfil a promise to an old schoolfriend, Miss Marple stays in a country house - with 200 juvenile delinquents and seven heirs to an old lady's fortune. One of them is a murderer - with a talent, it seems, for being in two places at once . . .