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  • Spider's Web
  • Charles Osborne
  • English
  • 08 March 2017
  • 9780312979508

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Spider's Web review à 3 The house party but which ones and the search begins for the murderer and the motive while at the same time trying to persuade a police inspector that there has been no murder at allThis novelisation by Charles Osborne is based on Agatha Christie's play Spider's We I thought this was a really fun mystery from ChristieOsbourne very lighthearted The main character Clarissa Hailsham Brown was written really well The story was good and a satisfying ending

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Spider's Web

Spider's Web review à 3 Clarissa the wife of a Foreign Office diplomat is given to daydreaming ‘Supposing I were to come down one morning and find a dead body in the library what should I do’ she muses Clarissa has her chance to find out when she discovers a body in the drawing room of Another of Christie s stage plays novelised by OsborneClarissa always wonders what she would do if she came across a dead in the library it seems her wish has come true as she finds one in the drawing room I liked that Osborne sticks rigidly to the original play so didn t mind that the opening uarter of the book was of a scene setterOnce the plot really kicks in it s easy to be swept alongI think this has been my favourite of the three play novels

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Spider's Web review à 3 Her house in KentDesperate to dispose of the body before her husband comes home with an important foreign politician Clarissa persuades her three house guests to become accessories and accomplices It seems that the murdered man was not unknown to certain members of Originally written as a play it has been novelized by Charles Osborne This is an interesting murder mystery centered on delightful character of Clarissa Being a philatelist I loved the plot since it centers around a philatelic rarity uite fast paced the plot is made interesting by the various scenarios played by Clarissa Great read