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    One of the best mysteries after Agatha Christie

    Immediately after reading an Agatha Christie novel, when you read some other murder mystery, unknowingly you do end up comparing it to the master writer. Although it is a very wrong thing to do, sometimes some books comes almost up to the mark and gives you tremendous satisfaction after finishing. Ladies of Class is one such book. Chief Inspector Hayward is one of the most efficient detectives I have come across in fictional characters. He is compassionate yet stern, and is a very good judge of character. The case is a very interesting one. Multiple murders, seemingly unconnected, were brilliantly linked with such a frail link. The writing is impeccable and the old England feel is subtle and nice. It is truly unfortunate that Marjorie could not see how her books are fairing. She has such a grand fan following, thanks to Richard Hayware. However, I believe she is with us through her books and the best way for us to appreciate it is by spreading word on how great her books are. Nothing less than 5 stars for the brilliant master piece.
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