The Body in the Library by Agatha Christie: An episode of Dr. Who from series 4, The Unicorn and the Wasp, which features Agatha Christie, reminded me that I'd never read any Agatha Christie -- ever. So I thought I'd remedy that. I liked the title of this one, so I chose it as my first Christie novel. I liked it, and I loved Miss Marple -- she's a sharp one. The maid finds a dead body in the library of some friends of Miss Marple; no one knows who she is but of course the friend talks Miss Marple into helping her find the killer. I knew who the murderer was as soon as I met the person, but then Christie would say something and I'd think, "Oh, this character is a red herring." Then I'd be back to thinking I was right in the first place. I liked that -- the feeling that I was possibly wrong about who the killer was.