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What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw! She was the only witness to a murder Standing with his back to her was a man His hands were around a woman s throat He was slowly, relentlessly strangling her As Mrs McGillicuddy watched, fascinated, the end came The body went limp and crumpled in the man s hands.Nobody believed Mrs McGillicuddy because there was no corpse Nobody, that is, except an old lady named Jane Marple, who figured out where the body was hidden and then showed Scotland Yard how to trap the killer Originally published as 4 50 From Paddington Britain and serialized as Eye Witness to Murder. Free Read [ What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw! ] author [ Agatha Christie ] – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. Mrs McGillicuddy is traveling by train when she witnesses a woman being strangled in the train traveling alongside hers She reports the incident and is promptly dismissed, leaving her to turn to her friend, the resourceful Miss Marple Strange as it seems, Miss Marple believes her Mrs McGillicuddy looked at her without comprehension and Miss Marple reaffirmed her judgment of her friend as a woman of excellent principles and no imagination I always forget about that brief section in 4 50 fro Mrs McGillicuddy is traveling by train when she witnesses a woman being strangled in the train traveling alongside hers She reports the incident and is promptly dismissed, leaving her to turn to her friend, the resourceful Miss Marple Strange as it seems, Miss Marple believes her Mrs McGillicuddy looked at her without comprehe...

  2. The truth is people are an extraordinary mixture of heroism and cowardice I don t really want to consider Miss Marple s character a flaw in itself, but not only I don t particularly connect with her, she wasn t even present most of the time Since the figure of the detective is one of the things I consider and value the most in a crime novel, I was disappointed Long story short, long live my favourite Belgian egghead This investigation ran so long It just dragged on and on for 200 pages The trut...

  3. Doamna McGillicuddy r mase ncruntat i vag nemul umit Oare conductorul avea s raporteze cele relatate de ea Sau spusese a a doar ca s o lini teasc Erau o mul ime de femei n v rst care c l toreau prin ar , pe deplin convinse c demascaser comploturi comuniste, c erau n pericol de a fi omor te, c au v zut farfurii zbur toare i nave spa iale secrete i raportau crime care nu avuseser loc niciodat Dac omul o considera drept una dintre ele Nu chiar, spuse Craddock E o id Doamna McGillicuddy r mase ncruntat i vag nemul umit Oare conductorul avea s raporteze cele relatate de ea Sau spusese a a doar ca s o lini teasc Erau o mul ime de femei n v rst care c l toreau prin ar , pe deplin convinse c demascaser comploturi comuniste, c erau n pericol de a fi omor te, c au v zut farfurii zbur toare i nave spa iale secrete i raportau crime care nu avuseser loc niciodat Dac omul o considera drept una dintre ele Nu chiar, spuse Craddock E o idee foarte de teapt s sp...

  4. An enjoyable quickie Fittingly, it s the sort of mystery quick fix you could finish on a train, say London to Yorkor better yet, London to Paris In 4.50 from Paddington an old lady witnesses what she believes is a murder on another train traveling alongside hers The police have nothing to go on besides her story and they re disinclined to believe her In steps Miss Marple, that aged busybody With the help of a young acquaintance, Marple strings together the evidence from the sidelines In An enjoyable quickie Fittingly, it s the sort of mystery quick fix you could finish on a train, say London to Yorkor better yet, London to Paris In 4.50 from Paddington an old lady witnesses what she believes is a murder on another train traveling alongside hers The police have nothing to go on besides her story and they re disinclined to believe her In steps Miss Marple, that aged busybody With the help of a young acquaintance, Marple strings together the evidence from the sidelines In fact, Marple appears in this book very little Scenes play out, red herrings are dropped about the reader commingled with the real story, and Marple stitches them together or assists with helpful advice from afar before arriving on the scene to ...

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  6. Mrs Elspeth Gillicuddy is returning from Christmas shopping to visit her friend when a train, going in the opposite direction to the one she is travelling on, stops opposite her carriage and she witnesses a murder Nobody believes her story, but, of course, the friend she is visiting is Miss Marple, who is very willing not only to believe her, but to investigate Having deduced the likely place for a body to be left, Miss Marple involves the super efficient Lucy Eyelesbarrow to take work at Ru Mrs Elspeth Gillicuddy is returning from Christmas shopping to visit her friend when a train, going in the opposite direction to the one she is travelling on, stops opposite her carriage and she witnesses a murder Nobody believes her story, but, of course, the friend she is visiting is Miss Marple, who is very willing not only to believe her, but to investigate Having deduced the likely place for a body to be left, Miss Marple involves the super efficient Lucy Eyelesbarrow to take work at Rutherford Hall, home to the miserly invalid Mr Crackenthorpe and his his daughter, ...

  7. An excellent Miss Marple, with her at her very best, ably assisted by Lucy Eyelesbarrow A great story, very original, with a large cast of possible suspects or are they possible victims Well woven as ever by the Mistress of Crime into...

  8. So let s say you are an elderly Scottish woman While you are returning from a day of christmas shopping in the city you happen to glance out the train window and see something quite unsettling in a neighboring train A MURDERNo one else is around and when you report this terrible, unsettling crime you are met with severe skepticism What is one to do You ve just seen a woman killed, you have no idea what the murderer looks like, and you are afraid you one will believe the rambling of a silly o So let s say you are an elderly Scottish woman While you are returning from a day of christmas shopping in the city you happen to glance out the train window and see something quite unsettling in a neighboring train A MURDERNo one else is around and when you report this terrible, unsettling crime you are met with severe skepticism What is ...

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  10. I am a person who loves trains Absolutely I can keep on staring out of the windows of a moving train for hours, watching the landscape go by, trying to construct imaginary histories of the people glimpsed.Well, Mrs McGillicudy saw something muchexciting and frightening She saw a man choking a woman to death on the nearby train, as both trains ran parallel for a few minutes Now ...