The Case of the Perfect Maid - Agatha Christie

The Case of the Perfect Maid

By Agatha Christie

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-09-27
  • Book Genre: British Detectives
  • Author: Agatha Christie
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 129 Ratings)

The Case of the Perfect Maid Agatha Christie read online review & book description:

When her maid asks Miss Marple to intervene in the delicate problem of her rather opinionated cousin Gladys, she doesn’t think much can be done. Poor Gladys has been accused of stealing a precious brooch belonging to her employers, the reserved Misses Skinner. While one sister malingers with mysterious ailments, the other attends to her every need, and they’ve both decided that Gladys must go. But, one day there appears a paragon to replace her, the perfect maid, or so they think….

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  • The Case of the Perfect Maid

    4
    By woolyakita
    The plot resolution was a bit too obvious but it was still a great read😏
  • A disappointment

    1
    By Deewbs
    Far too short in length for the price, and rather pedestrian.
  • Too short

    2
    By 318home
    While a good story, it is only a few pages. Not nearly as many as advertised. I was quite disappointed.
  • A very good read

    4
    By Parkle Sparkle
    I quite liked this story. I discovered Agatha Christie's stories at the library a few weeks back and loved them. I would give this five stars if it wasn't backloaded with tons of ads. Other than that it was great.

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