Miss Marple is utmost important to him, and he has been assisting her many times in solving mysteries. When not helping Miss Marple, or saving sims from sickness, he enjoys the quiet pleasures in life; a good book, a relaxing day fishing or playing a game of domino with a good friend.
June 30, 2012
June 29, 2012
The Old Hall. She is his jewel, and his weak spot. Probably the sole weak spot he has, because the Colonel is definitely a hard man. The citizens of St. Mary Mead are a bit afraid of him, and many good, honest people has been hurt by his harsh words. Even the friendly Vicar struggles to find something nice to say about him. Lettice is still young, but is taking after her father's ways. Nobody will tell her what she can and can't do. Not even her father.
June 24, 2012
Protheroe family for ages. Colonel Protheroe might not be a very likable man, but he is a man of action. He runs the estate with military precision, and there is no mercy for neither housekeepers nor gardeners (or even his wife, for that matter) if they don't do their job. And the garden and the house is always spotless. However, the colonel has a weak spot; his daughter Lettice, whom he spoils unbridledly.
June 20, 2012
There were much speculation when Mrs. Lestrange arrived in St. Mary Mead. Some were puzzled, didin't she look like someone familiar? Others just thought she was very mysterious indeed. She was settling in just fine in her little cottage. But she carried a heavy secret, and the memories hunted her.
June 16, 2012
Dr. Haydock is Miss Marple's closest neighbour, and also a good friend and collaborator. He spends most of his time in the office, where he receives patients and even conduct experiments to see if there is a connection between criminal tendencies and glandular dysfunction. He presently lives alone, but there are room for guests to sleep over. If you want to move in someone else, the house is well suited for a family of five.
June 10, 2012
June 9, 2012
June 8, 2012
June 6, 2012
Leonard and Griselda Clement, both of them among Miss Marple's closest friends. They have a spacious home and a large, but somewhat neglected garden. And there is of course the art studio, leased to one of their neighbours, Mr. Lawrence Redding. But you can of course move in any family you like, the lot is suitable for a large family.