Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Top 5 cont, Part 3

Today's character of interest is the ever eccentric Ariadne Oliver author to many "famous" detective novels. She firmly believes that Scotland Yard should be run by a woman. With her unruly gray hair, which she is most fond of experimenting with, she will keep you laughing throughout any book she happens to be in.
3. "The Pale Horse"
Could it really have been Thomasina Tuckerton, heiress turned bohemian beat girl, reportedly seen brawling at a cafe with another woman? Her obituary seems to confirm the theory. The unfortunate demise of Thomasina might have gone unnoticed, had it not been for the Priest who got coshed upside the head days later. The possible connection, a list of names found in the late Father's shoes, among the names was.... Miss Tuckerton's, which leads the investigation to a former country inn, now a house called The Pale Horse. When a sinister pattern begins to emerge that is woven by three unusual women, a psychic, a medium, and a witch each with their own secret to hide.

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