‘At Bertram’s Hotel’ by Agatha Christie

41cKjt0G1IL._SX314_BO1,204,203,200_‘At Bertram’s Hotel’ is a novel framed by Agatha Christie. Bertram is a old traditional London hotel. This novel features a beloved character Miss Jane Marple……

The story starts with Miss Jane Marple who reaches London for a vacation, after a very long time and feels nostalgic about being at Bertram’s hotel which still has not changed much and looks like as traditional as before.
She is pleased to know that the staff Miss Gorrigne even still remembered the room she stayed and the food that she used to love.
The twist starts here when the chief inspector Davy comes to the hotel to investigate regarding a robbery that happened close by and comes to know that a guest from one of the rooms has been missing for a while. So now where is the guest? What has it got to do with the robbery? Inspector Davy and Miss Jane Marple starts answering every questions and continue to solve the mystery. The character which I liked in the story is Miss Gorrigne because her character was well portrayed and personified. There was clarity in every sequence where she used to come which I liked.

Reviewed by G.R.Vishnupriya

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  1. Thank you sir… On Apr 17, 2016 3:41 PM, “Face a Book: The Reading Challenge” wrote:

    > S. L. Faisal posted: “‘At Bertram’s Hotel’ is a novel framed by Agatha > Christie. Bertram is a old traditional London hotel. This novel features a > beloved character Miss Jane Marple…… The story begins like this. When > Miss Marple comes up from the country for a holiday in Lo” >

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