Nemesis By Agatha Christie

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Unformatted text preview: Nemesis LOCKE BRANCH & LOCKE BRANCH 3 9100 02577 356 8 ’ DUE DATE DUE DATE OCT 03. mY te. Li-ba/7 & I’ve travelled the world twice over, Met the famous: saints and sinners, Poets and artists, kings and queens, Old stars and hopeful beginners, I’ve been where no-one’s been before, Learned secrets from writers and cooks All with one library ticket To the wonderful world of books. ' JANICE JAMES. & NEMESIS A letter from a dead friend promises Miss Marple a large reward for investigating a crime without tell-ing her who was involved, or when it happened! When she accepts, she is given a reservation for a coach tour of historic homes and gardens. She has fifteen fellow-passengers and one of them must know a murderer’s secret... & TO DAPHNE HONEYBONE & AGATHA CHRISTIE Nemesis Page 1 Nemesis Complete and Unabridged ULVERSCROFT Leicester & First Published 1971 First Large Print Edition published October 1976 by arrangement with Collins, London ¡ Glasgow and Dodd, Mead ¡ Company Inc. New York Reprinted 1990 ' Agatha Christie, 1971 BriihLi r r IPD Christie, Agatha 1890-1976 Nemesis--Large print ed.-- Ulverscroft large print series: mystery I. Title 823’.912 [F] ISBN 854564764 Published by IF. A. Thorpe (Publishing) Ltd. Anstey, Leicestershire Printed and bound in Great Britain by T. J. Press (Padstow) Lt.d., Padstow, Cornwall & CONTENTS Overture I 2 Code Word Nemesis 2I 3 Miss Marple Takes Action 42 4 Esther Walters 58 5 Instructions from Beyond 78 6 Love xo2 7 Page 2 Nemesis An Invitation xx2 8 The Three Sisters I2x 9 Polygonum Baldschuanicum x37 x o "Oh! Fond, Oh! Fair. The Days That Were" x48 x Accident x7o x2 A Consultation x93 x3 Black and Red Check 2x8 x4 Mr. Broadribb Wonders 24x x5 Verity 248 6 The Inquest 26I x7 Miss Marple Makes a Visit 283 18 Archdeacon Brabazon 3o2 x9 Good-byes Are Said 326 2o Miss Marple Has Ideas 34x 2x The Clock Strikes Three 365 22 Miss Marple Tells Her Story 383 23 End Pieces 4xo & 1 OVERTURE I N the afternoons it was the custom of Miss Jane Marple to unfold her second Page 3 Nemesis newspaper. Two newspapers were de-livered at her house every morning. The first one Miss Marple read while sipping her early morning tea, that is, if it was delivered in time. The boy who delivered the papers was notably erratic in his management of time. Frequently, too, there was either a new boy or a boy who was acting temporarily as a stand-in for the first one. And each one would have ideas of his own as to the geographical route that he should take in delivering. Perhaps it varied monotony for him. But those customers who were used to reading their papers early so that they could snap up the more saucy items in the day’s news before departing for their bus, train or other means of progress to the day’s work were annoyed if the papers were late, & though the middle-aged and elderly ladies who resided peacefully in St. Mary Mead often preferred to read a newspaper propped up on their breakfast table....
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2011 for the course LITERATURE 101 taught by Professor Agathachristie during the Spring '11 term at Heritage.

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