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At the climax of " The Body in the Library ", the murderer is only seen as a black-gloved hand until the moment they are apprehended. Have a Gay Old Time: Miss Marple is more than happy to visit and finds an odd assortment of characters on the premises.

He would like her to solve a crime but, does not tell her what it might be, who might have been involved or where it might have occurred. A relationship between a man and a woman Miss Marple displays a tendency at times to play matchmaker in the lives of two lovers who need to be brought together during her investigations.

In " A Caribbean Mystery ", the local police inspector knows all about Miss Marple — to Mr Rafiel's astonishment, when he happens to mention the name of the little old lady who's taken an interest in the case. He mentions that he keeps thinking of "that old busybody from St Mary Mead" — and promptly hears her polite "Good morning, Chief Inspector" from behind him.

The killer in Sleeping Murder turns out to be the victim's brother, whose obsessive overprotectiveness of his sister is strongly implied to contain an element of lust for her. Usually, she extracts details from the case from other witnesses, suspects and proxies including the police and comes up with her deductions based on these reports.

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Miss Marple: A Pocketful of Rye

And it's not an entirely sad occasion. Wealthy business man Rex Fortescue collapses when he reaches his office. Who Murdered the Asshole? Inspector Slack—competent, but obnoxiously efficient and unimaginative—sometimes serves this role in the Marple books. The Marple stories are connected to the Hercule Poirot stories and the Tommy and Tuppence stories and, via Poirot, to the Quin and Satterthwaite stories and several other standalone novels through shared supporting characters.