A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
There was a lot of Jane Marple in this book--being dottering, then being clever in her trademark fashion--and some other interesting characters for her to play off of. There were quite a few viable candidates for the murderer which made the mystery a challenge to figure out. The setting was very weird for Miss Marple, but the novel addressed that head-on and that kept the oddness of it from being a distraction to the story.
Overall an excellent Miss Marple mystery.