Nemesis Author:Agatha Christie So pleasant in fact, she was the Anthony Award Winner for Best Series of the Century. Here she solves a crime that not only has no body, no weapon, and no suspects, but no evidence that a crime has even been committed. All Miss Marple has to go on is one single word: nemesis.
I read this as I was attracted to the title. My sons once had a rock band by that name. This is somewhat of a sequel to A Caribbean Mystery, as Miss M is tasked by the wealthy, old curmudgeon (now deceased) to solve another murder. The problem here is that nothing is identified to Miss M: no victim, no murderer, do details at all; she is merely sent upon a house and garden tour. And solve it she does: along with two other another murders. This, believe it or don't, is one of the more lucid of Auntie's mysteries. Of course, she somewhat spoils her effort with a ten page recap of her solving the crime: a diatribe that is quite unnecessary as all has been sufficiently explained.