Paying the Piper Paperback – Nov 1999
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From the Publisher
It's hard to say which is my favorite of McCrumb's Elizabeth MacPherson murder mysteries. She's a funny lady and every one of her very well-plotted MacPherson novels is full of all manner of zany characters. In some ways, though, this early one -- 1988 -- is one I'd recommend first to a reader new to Sharyn McCrumb. It's set on a small Scottish island, full of ominous atmosphere, naturally, where Elizabeth, a forensic anthropologist, and a crew of archaeologists are looking into prehistoric burial rites. And then, of course, a crew member dies. I tried to play detective while I read, but Paying the Piper totally faked me out -- McCrumb used one of the most ingenious murder methods I've ever come across in a lifetime of reading mysteries.
--Margaret Sanborn, Senior Publicity Copywriter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I recently re-read this book and enjoyed it thoroughly. I really like the Elizabeth McPherson stories. She's an anthropologist, not a detective, but she can add two and two. Read morePublished on Oct. 21 2003 by B. Mckee
This book was excellent. I actually felt the dread of the Scottish Island. The characters were believable and the book is easily read.Published on July 9 1999