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A classic Marple mystery, read by the inimitable Richard E. Grant.Rex Fortescue, king of a financial empire, was sipping tea in his ‘counting house' when he suffered an agonising and sudden death. On later inspection, the pockets of the deceased were found to contain traces of cereals.Yet, it was the incident in the parlour which confirmed Jane Marple's suspicion that here she was looking at a case of crime by rhyme…

©1953 Agatha Christie (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Critic Reviews

"This is the best of the novels starring Christie's Miss Marple" (New York Times)
"A model of complex skulduggery" (New Yorker)
"Ingenious" (Times Literary Supplement)

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  • Mr. S. Wallace-jones
  • 11-14-14

A brilliant performance of a great story.

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As an avid audiobook listener I think this may be the first Christie I have listened to. No surprises that Richard E Grant's performance is superb. At some points when I could not believe that he was creating all the voices. I would highly recommend this performance of this great murder mystery. Masterful!

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  • Jaye Hardy
  • 04-20-16

Pocket Full of Rye

Great storyline, and murders, Agatha Christie, got her twists, in everyone could of done, it but which one did and why?