I know from watching Murder, She Wrote that the best thing you can do for yourself is not be related to Jessica Fletcher. But what if you have instead found yourself inside an Agatha Christie murder mystery novel? The rules are different. You have to adapt to avoid being murdered. Mystery novelist Maureen Johnson is here to help. At Crime Reads, she explains which people and places to avoid when you venture into a quaint English village:
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See previous note about the village church. When you see the vicar, run. If you are not dead yet, the vicar is obliged to kill you.
The newest resident in town
They don’t know the Old Ways yet and refuse to learn. They want to open up a Coolspa in that twee Grade Two-listed thatched cottage. They’re talking to you because no one else will talk to them. They’ll be a popsicle soon enough. Shun.
Anyone who leaves a voice mail
Do not leave voice mails if you are in a murder mystery town. It means you Know Something. Don’t leave them. Don’t hang around people who do.