Join renowned crime writers Lucy Foley, Jean Kwok and Ruth Ware in discussion about the legendary Agatha Christie and Miss Marple

Nosy spinster or feminist radical?

Miss Marple, Agatha Christie’s iconic super sleuth, was first introduced to readers in a short story before her appearance in the full-length novel, ‘The Murder at the Vicarage’, 1930. Since then, she has solved no fewer than 19 of Christie’s crime mysteries.

Celebrating the influence of Christie on their own works, three internationally renowned crime writers come together to discuss the beloved, genre-defining author and her leading lady. Lucy Foley, Jean Kwok and Ruth Ware have each contributed a brand new story featuring the legendary detective to the new collection, ‘Marple: Twelve New Stories’.

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