In a message dated 10/11/2004 16:59:21 GMT Standard Time, Tig writes:

>You're quite right, both of you.  That was definitely a point  too far.  In 
fact books of this period are littered with people  starting genteel tea 
shops from M E Atkinson, to Agatha  Christie.<

There's a memory nagging at me which perhaps someone could  identify?  A book 
(Christie?) where an elderly lady is a murderess,  possibly a multiple 
murderess, so that she can get the funds to set up a  teashop.  At the end, 
someone 
comments how creepy (my word) it is to have a  'ladylike murderer'.

Sue
 
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