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Interesting twists and turns here with much emotion boiling under the surface. Loved the hint of the unexplained at the end, especially from this area of England. Great read.Published 14 months ago by Scott Brown
Love & murder--Agatha Raisin at her best !!
So many twists to the story, just read and enjoy a wonderful character that is Agatha Raisin,
In this tenth book of this amusing contemporary cozy mystery series, the indomitable Agatha Raisin is trying to recover from her heartache she feels over James Lacey, who happens... Read morePublished on March 13 2012 by Lawyeraau
As the book opens, James Lacey has once again left Carsely without saying good-bye to Agatha. Near the end of Agatha Raisin and the Witch of Wyckhadden, Agatha paid to have her... Read morePublished on Aug. 6 2007 by Donald Mitchell
I love Agatha Raisin, and in this book she is especially funny. Agatha follows a fortune teller's advice that her future is in Norfolk, so she rents a cottage in Fryfam (a villiage... Read morePublished on April 27 2003 by S. Schwartz
This is the first time I have read an MC Beaton book and I am
very disappointed. It looked like a good mystery, and as far as the mystery part it was good till you find out... Read more
Disappointing turnout. Disappointing mystery. Well-written but a bit dark and pessimistic outlook on life.Published on March 15 2002
What is it about M.C. Beaton? She writes well. Enough. Her characters are usually annoying. But I grab each title as it becomes available. Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2001
What is it about M.C. Beaton? She writes well. Enough. Her characters are usually annoying. But I grab each title as it becomes available. Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2001 by "email@example.com"