At Bertrams Hotel

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At Bertrams Hotel

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Ah! The muffins of the Bertram Hotel--they are unparalleled. The same can be said of the tea, the ambiance and the customers: comfortable middle-aged ladies, respectable if absentminded men of the cloth, and retired military officers. It seems many come to find the atmosphere of yesteryear. Really, the Bertram Hotel is rather perfectly from another time; Miss Marple is deli Ah! The muffins of the Bertram Hotel--they are unparalleled. The same can be said of the tea, the ambiance and the customers: comfortable middle-aged ladies, respectable if absentminded men of the cloth, and retired military officers. It seems many come to find the atmosphere of yesteryear. Really, the Bertram Hotel is rather perfectly from another time; Miss Marple is delighted to spend a two-week holiday there. And yet some details disturb her stay: a young girl, Elvira, who is in love with a racing driver of cloudy repute, her flamboyant and adventurous mother, from whom she is estranged, and the poor Canon Pennyfather who suddenly disappears, whether due to his own forgetfulness or for other reasons. The hotel is comfortable and beautiful, but all the same. . . Definitely, all is not as it appears to be at the Bertram Hotel.


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Ah! The muffins of the Bertram Hotel--they are unparalleled. The same can be said of the tea, the ambiance and the customers: comfortable middle-aged ladies, respectable if absentminded men of the cloth, and retired military officers. It seems many come to find the atmosphere of yesteryear. Really, the Bertram Hotel is rather perfectly from another time; Miss Marple is deli Ah! The muffins of the Bertram Hotel--they are unparalleled. The same can be said of the tea, the ambiance and the customers: comfortable middle-aged ladies, respectable if absentminded men of the cloth, and retired military officers. It seems many come to find the atmosphere of yesteryear. Really, the Bertram Hotel is rather perfectly from another time; Miss Marple is delighted to spend a two-week holiday there. And yet some details disturb her stay: a young girl, Elvira, who is in love with a racing driver of cloudy repute, her flamboyant and adventurous mother, from whom she is estranged, and the poor Canon Pennyfather who suddenly disappears, whether due to his own forgetfulness or for other reasons. The hotel is comfortable and beautiful, but all the same. . . Definitely, all is not as it appears to be at the Bertram Hotel.
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Title At Bertrams Hotel Height 17.8
Agatha Christie Width 1.5
ISBN-13 9780006169222 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0006169228 Spine Width
Publisher Ecco (harpercollins) Pages 224
Edition 2010 Availability In Stock

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