The Guinness World Records recognizes a book with a collection of all of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple stories as the thickest book ever published. This impressive book is more than a foot thick, with a total of 4,032 pages. It weighs an impressive 8.04kg, making it a hefty tome to carry around.

The book contains 12 novels and 20 short stories, all featuring the beloved detective Miss Marple. The stories are a mix of murder mysteries and crime thrillers, all set in the English countryside. Miss Marple is an elderly spinster who uses her sharp wit and keen observation skills to solve the most complex of cases.

The book was published in 2014 by HarperCollins and was edited by Christie expert John Curran. Curran spent more than a decade researching and compiling the stories, ensuring that the book was as accurate and comprehensive as possible. The book is bound in green cloth with a black spine, and is printed on high-quality paper.

The book is an essential for any fan of Agatha Christie and Miss Marple. It’s a great way to explore the world of Miss Marple and experience the full range of her adventures. It’s also a great conversation piece, as it’s sure to be the biggest book on anyone’s shelf.

The Guinness World Records recognition of this book is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the editors and publishers. It’s a fitting tribute to Agatha Christie and her beloved detective Miss Marple.

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