"Bertram’s Hotel, dignified, unobtrusive, and quietly expensive, has year after year been the hostelry for the upper-crust London visitor. Clergymen, wealthy dowagers, and young girls form expensive finishing schools always choose to stay at Bertram’s because of its impeccable respectability. But to Miss Jane Marple, it all seems too good to be true. She proves herself right when mystery and violence pay an unexpected visit to the old hotel."
There are spine creases, corner and edge wear, some writing on the inside of the front cover and the first cover page, some of the pages are starting to darken with age and some cover wear. This is a clean and tight used paperback.
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