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This adaptation of Agatha Christies Marple: Murder is Easy (2009) keeps the character front and centre, offering us a better chance to evaluate the performance. The book was first serialised in the US in The Saturday Evening Post in seven parts from 19 November (Volume 211, Number 21) to 31 December 1938 (Volume 211, Number 27) under the title Easy to Kill with illustrations by Henry Raleigh. William Blunt in The Observer of 4 June 1939 raised a question regarding Christie's abilities to write non-crime fiction, which demonstrates that her nom-de-plume identity of Mary Westmacott was not yet public knowledge: "I should hate to have to state on oath which I thought was Agatha Christie's best story, but I do think I can say that this is well up in the first six. He consults Miss Waynflete, who confirms his suspicions, and tells him of how she knew he was insane: when they were both young, Waynflete and Whitfield had been engaged to be married. The perennial problem of how to portray her lies in understanding her methodology. After a casual meeting with a woman on the train, hes the one who goes to the archetypal village to unmask the killer and fall in love. Its certainly not something that Agatha Christie would ever have introduced. Murder is Easy Dust-jacket illustration of the first UK edition Author Agatha Christie Coverartist Not known Country United Kingdom Language English Genre Crime novel Publisher Collins Crime Club Publication date 5 June 1939 Mediatype Print (hardback & paperback) Pages 256 pp (first edition, hardback) ISBN 978-0-00-713682-7 Precededby Hercule Poirot's Christmas Followedby And Then There Were None . Church Amy Gibbs aunt Mr.