A woman witnesses a murder on a train.
In St. Mary Mead, the Bantrys of Gossington Hall discover a corpse in their library.
Murder erupts in a tropical paradise; Miss Marple trails a killer through the Golden Palm Hotel.
When Miss Marple visits an old friend, she finds herself in the midst of an eccentric extended family and a reformatory for juvenile delinquents.
Miss Marple and Inspector Craddock investigate when a party guest drinks a fatal daiquiri meant for an actress.
Malicious letters are clues to a woman's death.
Miss Marple comforts Miss Blacklock while Inspector Craddock tries to trace the whereabouts of two people.
A dead man has rye in his pocket, and a nursery rhyme may be a clue.
Jane Marple believes Col. Protheroe's killer is still on the loose despite two confessions to the crime.
After a newlywed couple acquires a Victorian villa, the young wife believes she witnessed a murder in the house during her childhood.
Family intrigue, midnight assailants and a vanishing cleric at Bertram's Hotel provide Miss Marple with a tantalizing case.
Miss Marple must solve an unnamed crime at an unspecified time and location.
Only Miss Marple believes Elspeth McGillicuddy witnessed a murder on a passing train.