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I didn't Die Because I saw too Much
I didn't Die because I was Greedy
I didn't Die for Misdirection
I died so others could die.
And his answers to questions (and my conclusions) are:
Marple story that was published after 1952, so I think it is in one of the following:
A Pocket Full of Rye (1953)
4.50 from Paddington, or What Mrs.
McGillicuddy Saw! (1957)
The Mirror Crack'd from Side to
Side, or The Mirror Crack'd (1962)
A Caribbean Mystery (1964)
At Bertram's Hotel (1965)
Murder (written around 1940, published 1976)
male and British.
was not murdered and there was no rehearsal for murder.
There is a
doctor in the book but he wasn’t a suspect.
children, he/she/they were not suspects.
Halliday from “Sleeping Murder”, Carrie
Louise’s first husband from “They do it with mirrors”, Jason Rafiel from “Nemesis, Major Palgrave from “Caribbean”, or Goedler, Belle’s husband from “A Murder is
Tommy hinted that he was wistling a tune from the film, so probably it was made into film that has distinctive music.
No the there is nothing striking about the persons appearance and no it is not Mr McKenzie from Pocketful of Rye, it is not anyone from that book.