|# of Units:||5 CDs|
|Length:||5 hours, 30 minutes|
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M C Beaton spills out our fav Hamish so well you can see the red hair Always full of mystery and this time giving you many ladies to choose your villain from . Even the \"good\" ladies lead you on wrong paths Reader just Scottish enough to enjoy as another terrific quick story of murder unfurled
I\'d forgotten how great the Hamish McBeth series is. It was good to be back with Priscilla (Hamish leads a doomed love life) and all the other locals, and especially with Hamish, who has a kind and sensible heart, and who solves his mysteries with tenacity and with having a \"wee word\" with suspects and witnesses alike.
Great characters, a great narrator, and a fun plot that keeps you guessing.
I really enjoyed this mystery. I thought I had it figured out (several times actually), and even so I wrong as to who the killer was. That's a good mystery as far as I'm concerned. The narrator is very pleasant to listen to.
This was an uncomplicated, but enjoyable mystery novel, full of local color and interesting, quirky characters. Although the mystery itself was a little predictable, the descriptions of life in a small isolated village were worth the read.
I found the story to be enjoyable. The narrator was good. I liked the quirky, gossipy residents of the Scottish Highlands town. It made me smile.
M.C. Beaton lives in the Cotswolds with her husband. In addition to the Hamish Macbeth series, she writes the Agatha Raisin mystery series.