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There's Nothing Quite Like A Poison Pen....
on 5 March 2017
An Agatha Christie classic whodunnit in the true sense of the word and a classic in the study of character, class and human observation with a good dose of humour thrown in. Evil strikes the village - in the shape of poison pen letters. Who is distributing these and why? Suspicion falls in all directions. A colourful cast of characters and plenty of local gossip. Rather a cameo appearance for Miss Marple in this one - but wonderfully done nonetheless. Marvellous, enjoyable and certainly not to be missed.