A Pocket Full of Rye by Agatha Christie
I brought this to read on my plane ride home, but we had a flat tire last weekend, so I read it then. I did not enjoy it as much as Murder at the Vicarage. I preferred the first person narrative of the earlier book. I also found the characters in Pocketful of Rye less likable in general. It was, nonetheless, a pleasant way to while away an afternoon.
I expected Miss Marple to play a larger role in the book, but she did not appear until the middle, and then sparsely after that. She did, of course, solve the case, which was more of a "How'd he do it" than a "Who done it."