ACRC REVIEW: The Thumb Mark of St. Peter

s-l500This short story was read with a collection called ‘The Detectives’ although it was originally published in 1932 within a collection known as ‘The Thirteen Problems’

Goodreads Synopsis

The Home of Agatha Christie


This story is the second from ‘The Tuesday Night Club’ and sees Miss Marple taking her turn. It is now impossible to imagine a time where a reader would know nothing about the character. Would you suspect her to be as clever as she is?

This is another wonderful quick read. And as much as I like to think I can guess who did it, I didn’t this time 😦

5 Stars
Likely to talk about it during reading. Might re-read as I enjoyed it so much.

Catch up on my Agatha Christie Reading Challenge progress here.

ACRC REVIEW: The Tuesday Night Club

s-l500This short story was read with a collection called ‘The Detectives’ although it was originally published in 1932 within a collection known as ‘The Thirteen Problems’

Goodreads Synopsis

The Home of Agatha Christie


Miss Marple is my favourite. There is something so wonderful about the unassuming way she just sits there knitting and then spoils all the other characters fun by figuring out whodunit without dropping a stitch! I didn’t realise until later that this was Miss Marple’s first appearance. I love how quintessentially British and upper class Miss Marple stories are. Somehow it makes a murder mystery less scary.

This story is a good as any, and a great beginning to ‘The Detectives’ collection. The first three stories are from the Tuesday Night Club. The club involves a group of friends telling mystery stories and then seeing if the others can work it out. Spoiler, Miss Marple does.

5 Stars
Likely to talk about it during reading. Might re-read as I enjoyed it so much.

Catch up on my Agatha Christie Reading Challenge progress here.