(Jessica Beatrice Macgill Fletcher), as you know, is a substitute
English teatcher, better known as J.B. Fletcher, the world-famous
best-seller mysteries writer, with millions of fans in every part
of the planet!
typewriter (Photo taken by Angie (C) AngelaLansbury.net)
She was married with Frank Fletcher,
died in the early 1980s.
She lived at 698 Candlewood Lane
in Cabot Cove, Maine 03041. Cabot Cove is a 3,560 inhabitants
town near the ocean.
While teaching Criminology at Manhattan University she stayed
in Manhattan at the Penfield House Apts. at 941 West 61st St.
Her most famous novel is The
Corpse Danced at Midnight (mentioned in more episodes), even
if she wrote 28 novels at all (included the title I mentioned).
The other novels written by J.B. Fletcher are: Murder on the
Amazon (mentioned in episode 13), Lover's Revenge
(14), Dirge for a Dead Dachshund (23), The Umbrella
Murders (28 and 209), The Killer Called Collect
(29), Murder at the Digs (33), The Stain on the Stairs
(65), The Belgrade Murders (68), Sanitarium of Death
(69), Calvin Canterbury's Revenge and Murder at the
Asylum (74), Murder Comes to Maine (88), The
Messenger at Midnight (164), Ashes, Ashes, Fall Down
Dead (158), Murder at the Ridge Top (179), The
Corpse at Vespers (190), The Triple Crown Murders
(190 and 204), The Crypt of Death (201), The Uncaught
(207 and 210), The Dead must Sing (209), Stone
Cold Dead (214), The Launch Pad Murder (224), Runway
to Murder (236), Venomous Valentine (251), A
Case and a Half of Murder (264).
Two books written
by Jessica Fletcher. Two bestsellers, of course!!! :-)
to know something about Sheriff Amos Tupper,
Sheriff Mort Metzger and Dr. Seth Hazlitt.....