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In one of the rooms she keeps walking towards a wall when she goes to exit the room.
Obviously she can't walk through the wall and she thinks to herself that there should be a doorway where she wants to walk..as in it would make sense for a doorway to be there.
Finally I believe it turns out she was a child in that same house...and probably saw a murder there.
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From chapter 1, I think:
...It was the third time she'd done that. She always seemed to expect to be able to walk through the solid wall into the dining room next door.
(She then resolves to talk to the builder and decorator about having a door put into that spot, and on inspection it turns out there was a door there before.)
She later finds out that one of the bedrooms had been repapered, and the old paper under it was the wallpaper she'd thought would look nice there.
She does have a husband, but she buys the place before he joins her in England, so at the beginning of the story she's going through the process without him. She doesn't have kids yet, but the wallpaper room was previously a nursery.
This was my first time using this site and I am very thankful to everyone!
I'm not a mystery reader per se, just an Agatha Christie fan as my mom used to read them, so I picked up one WAY back in the day and started reading and of course was hooked.
I am a book book collector though. Primarily focusing on those books published after 1900 though I do have some books from the 19th century.
Anyway, hope to return the favor some day.
There's a minor continuity error in Sleeping Murder that I've always put down to that. Miss Marple encounters Colonel Bantry in passing during the story, on the way to asking his wife a question - but Mrs Bantry had been widowed by the time of The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side.