Talk:A Caribbean Mystery

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I'm not sure how to properly start off a discussion, never having done this before, and I don't want to start serious edits to the article when I don't know how. The formatting of this article is significantly different from other Christie articles, and inferior because of this.

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In the book, or movie?[edit]

I admit to having not read the actual book. I'm a Christie fan, but this one has been missed. That said, I have a question. I just saw the movie, the 1989 version to be exact. One important clue to Miss Marple was the fact that Mr. Rafiel's heir was Esther. He had lied earlier which was very upsetting to Miss Marple. She says something about immediacy before yet another murder (it sounds like she was talking of a third murder) is committed. I took this to mean that there was a plan between Esther and Tim to murder Mr. Rafiel. As a movie, it's not as clear as it is in a book. For that matter, that side-plot may not have been an issue in the book, but if this is the case, I think it should belong here. Don't you? I'd prefer not to write it myself because I don't have the print version. If anyone wishes to take a stab, I think it would be a good idea. MagnoliaSouth (talk) 02:35, 11 October 2011 (UTC)