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10 thoughts on “Spider's Web

  1. says:

    This book is a lie Call me old fashioned but usually you would be correct in assuming that when an author's name is splayed out over the front cover that said author wrote this book right? Well obviously not I picked up this book with the naive assumption that Agatha Christie Hailed ueen of the Crime Genre Past Present and

  2. says:

    Very tight and clever mystery I am becoming a huge Agatha Christie fan she is a word surgeon who always operates on the corpus delicti with efficient and swift skill

  3. says:

    Another of Christie’s stage plays novelised by OsborneClarissa always wonders what she would do if she came across a dead in the library it seems her wish has come true as she finds one in the drawing room I l

  4. says:

    This book started out as an Agatha Christie play and decades later was adapted to book form by Charles Osbourne First things first to get it off

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    Originally written as a play it has been novelized by Charles Osborne This is an interesting murder mystery centered on delightful character of Clarissa Being a philatelist I loved the plot since it centers around a philatelic rarity uite fast paced the plot is made interesting by the various scenarios played by Clarissa Great read

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    Oh what a tangled web we weaveWhen first we practise to deceive Sir Walter Scott The irony of Spider’s Web of course is that our plucky hero

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    It keeps you guessing to the end

  8. says:

    I thought this was a really fun mystery from ChristieOsbourne very lighthearted The main character Clarissa Hailsham Brown was written really well The story was good and a satisfying ending

  9. says:

    OMG I had so much fun reading this This is a novel adapted by one of Christie’s plays It’s short and uick read I read this during my one hour and 15 minutes flight from London to Amsterdam I simply cannot put it down Definitely a page turner Being a Christie’s fan myself I probably be biased about thisI love the plot it’s simple an

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    Review originally published in Abby's Shelves 355Before talking about the plot there are few things to keep in mind regarding this book I feel cheated for assuming that the author’s name displayed on the cover isn’t the real author Now that is a huge let down to all who are familiar with the works of the ueen of Crime Mystery Ag

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Clarissa the wife of a Foreign Office diplomat is given to daydreaming ‘Supposing I were to come down one morning and find a dead body in the library what should I do’ she muses Clarissa has her chance to find out when she discovers a body in the drawing room of. This book is a lie Call me old fashioned but usually you would be correct in assuming that when an author s name is splayed out over the front cover that said author wrote this book right Well obviously not I picked up this book with the naive assumption that Agatha Christie Hailed ueen of the Crime Genre Past Present and Future engineered this novel After about one chapter I knew this wasn t the case Let s create a small analogy to convey my surprise in realising that this novel was an adaption Agatha Christie s masterpieces are chocolate lava cake Explosive Rich Intense This adaption was the flourless sultana version the kind of healthy substitute you d eat on a diet On its own not a horrifically offending mystery But please One does not simply adapt Agatha Christie End of story Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide usually you would be correct in assuming that when an author s name is splayed out over the front cover that said author wrote this book right Well obviously not I picked The White Nights of Ramadan up this book with the naive assumption that Agatha Christie Hailed Beyond the Pale ueen of the Crime Genre Past Present and Future engineered this novel After about one chapter I knew this wasn t the case Let s create a small analogy to convey my surprise in realising that this novel was an adaption Agatha Christie s masterpieces are chocolate lava cake Explosive Rich Intense This adaption was the flourless sultana version the kind of healthy substitute you d eat on a diet On its own not a horrifically offending mystery But please One does not simply adapt Agatha Christie End of story

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Spider's Web

Her house in KentDesperate to dispose of the body before her husband comes home with an important foreign politician Clarissa persuades her three house guests to become accessories and accomplices It seems that the murdered man was not unknown to certain members of. Oh what a tangled web we weaveWhen first we practise to deceive Sir Walter Scott The irony of Spider s Web of course is that our plucky heroine the pretty clever Clarissa Hailsham Brown only gets into trouble when she tries to tell the truth An inveterate prankster Clarissa is used to spinning tales and being believed What makes things difficult is when Clarissa actually does stumble onto a dead body in the drawing room Then the ingenious Clarissa springs into actionTo say any would be to spoil this short novel which first appeared as a play in 1954 but was turned into a novel by Charles Osborne and published in 2000 Let s just say that there are plenty of twists and turns and that I was caught completely by surprise by the ending Even without either Hercules Poirot or Jane Marple Spider s Web has to rank amongst the most charming of Agatha Christie s works If you have the chance to enjoy Hugh Fraser reading this work on Audible don t pass it up And special thanks to Claire Wilson who brought this book to my attention Beyond the Pale unknown to certain members of. Oh what a tangled web we weaveWhen first we practise to deceive Sir Walter Scott The irony of Spider s Web of course is that our plucky heroine the pretty clever Clarissa Hailsham Brown only gets into trouble when she tries to tell the truth An inveterate prankster Clarissa is The Black Ice Score (Parker, used to spinning tales and being believed What makes things difficult is when Clarissa actually does stumble onto a dead body in the drawing room Then the ingenious Clarissa springs into actionTo say any would be to spoil this short novel which first appeared as a play in 1954 but was turned into a novel by Charles Osborne and published in 2000 Let s just say that there are plenty of twists and turns and that I was caught completely by surprise by the ending Even without either Hercules Poirot or Jane Marple Spider s Web has to rank amongst the most charming of Agatha Christie s works If you have the chance to enjoy Hugh Fraser reading this work on Audible don t pass it The Black Painting up And special thanks to Claire Wilson who brought this book to my attention

Read & Download Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Charles Osborne

The house party but which ones and the search begins for the murderer and the motive while at the same time trying to persuade a police inspector that there has been no murder at allThis novelisation by Charles Osborne is based on Agatha Christie's play Spider's We. It keeps you guessing to the end