Murder, Margaret & Me – By Philip Meeks

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Two titans clash, one from the silver screen and one very famous crime writer, both strong willed and at the height of their fame. In the early 1960’s the Miss Marple films, that later went on to become worldwide successes, very nearly didn’t get made!

Queen of crime Agatha Christie didn’t want Miss Margaret Rutherford- ‘the funniest woman alive’-to play her fabled genteel amateur sleuth Miss Marple.

When you add in a mystery from Agatha’s past and a secret that Margaret has never revealed… well, you have sparkling cyanide indeed!

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