Pseudonym for Marion Chesney. M.C. BEATON has won international acclaim for her bestselling Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin mysteries. She is also the author of over 100 romance titles and a series of romantic suspense, The Edwardian Mystery Series. M. C. Beaton lives in a Cotswold cottage with... show more
Pseudonym for Marion Chesney.
M.C. BEATON has won international acclaim for her bestselling Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin mysteries. She is also the author of over 100 romance titles and a series of romantic suspense, The Edwardian Mystery Series. M. C. Beaton lives in a Cotswold cottage with her husband.
Marion is active on Facebook using her most popular pen name, M.C. Beaton. You can find complete book lists, information on events, and sign up for news updates at her website, www.MCBeaton.com.
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Why did I read it? I adore the Hamish Macbeth series, and this was the latest edition. What's it about? An income arrives in Cnothan, and town on Hamish Macbeth's beat. Paul English considers himself an honest man, but on calling on the incomer to welcome him to the community Charlie, Hamish's con...
The plans have gone somewhat awry, the Poor Relations Hotel is actually successful but now it needs another cash injection, now it's Miss Tonk's turn and she decides to steal from her sister, who had stolen from her in the first place. Hijinks ensue and if you look too close things start to crumble ...
There are many ruined castles in Scotland. One such lies outside the village of Drim. Hamish begins to hear reports that this castle is haunted and lights have been seen there at night, but he assumes it's some children or maybe the local lads going there to smoke pot, or, worse, inject themselves w...
This was my second Agatha Raisin book and while the first one I read was okay for me, this one, not so much.It was a good story but Agatha Raisin just really got on my nerves in this one. She's always pining for a man and looks at every man like a dog in heat and wonders what he could do for her. Wh...
Blah. Should be a - (minus) on the 3*s. I've liked the other Hamish Macbeth books I've read. This one felt improbable and trivial. Poor characterization that doesn't make sense.