Why I Love Jessica Fletcher

First, let me apologize.

Life has gotten in the way.

Grady Hendrix released a new book. I got sick. My kid got sick. We had an ice storm. Then we had a family emergency.

Yeah. Things got hectic.

So, I haven’t exactly had time to finish the 3rd book in the Murder, She Wrote series.

To make up for it, I’m giving you the reasons I’m slightly obsessed with Jessica.

I hope you enjoy.

As a child of the 80s, I grew up watching the classic television show “Murder, She Wrote”. The show starred Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher, a retired English teacher who solves mysteries in her small town of Cabot Cove, Maine. I have always been a fan of the show, but it wasn’t until recently that I realized just how much I love Jessica Fletcher.

First and foremost, Jessica Fletcher is a strong female character. She is intelligent, independent, and determined. She is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in and she is not afraid to take risks. She is a role model for young women everywhere, showing them that they can be successful and independent.

Another reason why I love Jessica Fletcher is her unwavering commitment to justice. She is always looking for the truth and she is willing to go to great lengths to find it. She is not afraid to put herself in danger in order to get to the bottom of a case. She is also a great listener and she is always willing to help those in need.

Finally, I love Jessica Fletcher because she is a great storyteller. She has a knack for weaving together clues and coming up with creative solutions to her cases. She is also a great teacher, always willing to share her knowledge with others.

In conclusion, I love Jessica Fletcher because she is a strong female character, she is committed to justice, and she is a great storyteller. She is an inspiration to young women everywhere and she is a great role model. I am proud to call her my favorite television character.

Have you read any of the books? If so, which one is your favorite? Let me know.


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