A novel that adheres to the classic mystery formula, and yet transcends it, Sleeping Murder-published the year of Agatha Christie's death-marks the final appearance of her very popular sleuth. And this time "Christie makes us feel her shiver" (New York Times) as the usually unflappable Miss Jane Marple delves into the moral complexities of an immoral crime.
In the end the truth comes out, May 4, 2003 Reviewer: Editor from New York Sleeping Murder begins with two newly weds making a living change from New Zeland to England. Gwenda begins to see visions in the house, such as the house appearance. She then find out this was once her very own house. She after begins to see visions of a woman being strangled. In the end the truth comes out, sometimes for the best and sometimes for the worst. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition