In utter disbelief Miss Marple read the letter addressed to her from the recently deceased Mr Rafiel – an acquaintance she had met briefly on her travels.
Recognising in Miss Marple a natural flair for justice, Mr Rafiel had left instructions for her to investigate a crime after his death. The only problem was, he had failed to tell her who was involved or where and when the crime had been committed. It was most intriguing.
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"Miss Marple was an old lady now, knowing that a scent for evil was still, in the evening of her days, her peculiar gift."--Times Literary Supplement (London)From the Back Cover:
Miss Marple was more than a little surprised when she received a letter from a friend who had died only a week earlier. His letter urged her to investigate a crime – but he gave no details as to who was involved...
'Let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an everlasting stream' he quoted.
They were fine words, but Miss Marple could hardly see how they applied to herself. And yet her late friend had christened her 'Nemesis'.
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