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After a long and busy time, Jane Marple finally thinks of a vacation and she is not the type of woman who visits friends or relatives on free days. She likes to live alone and does not like the company of any close friends or relatives. Even in her career, we have not seen Marple working with other characters or the police department. She has faced all the crime masters in stories like The Body in the Library and A Murder Is Announced on her own.
No one can say that the woman needed a helping hand at any stage in any of the books. She is like a complete package which is ample for the show. Here she comes to Bertram’s hotel in London which has been restored quite recently. The hotel was of the traditional type and during the renovation, its main structure and decoration were not changed at all. That’s why it was like an old classic movie that no one wanted to miss.
Marple also thought of it as the perfect place to spend the holidays. One evening the hotel faced a terrible incident when one of its guests died in a bad way. Agatha Christie provides some leisure time to Marple and then puts her back to work in this installment of the series. The narrator of the story Stephanie Cole has kept her voice loud and clear for all of us so nothing to worry about in that department. The hotel which seemed to be a peaceful place at the beginning of the story starts appearing to be a place that has been hiding crimes and criminals for decades.