The Miller's Daughter
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Pere Merlier's mill, one beautiful summer evening, was arranged for a grand fete. In the courtyard were three tables, placed end to end, which awaited the guests. Everyone knew that Francoise, Merlier's daughter, was that night to be betrothed to Dominique, a young man who was accused of idleness ...Back to top
Reviewed by chkole on May 25, 2011
A typical Agatha Christie mystery
Lots of clues, including an early suspect who is replaced with everybody else as suspect and then turns out to be the real suspect after all.
Reviewed by mwpick on Sep 15, 2009
"The Miller's Daughter"
This story was surprisingly exciting; however, the unrealistic ending was disappointing.
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Ratings for 'The Miller's Daughter' by Zola, Émile