9781455572304

Death of a Nag

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  • ISBN13:

    9781455572304

  • ISBN10:

    1455572306

  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-04-30
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
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Summary

Lochdubh constable Hamish Macbeth is more dour than ever after losingboth his promotion and his girl, the loyal Priscilla Halbourton-Smythe.Atrip to a charming seaside inn with his dog Towser is meant to raisehissagging spirits. Instead, he arrives at "Friendly House" to find theambiance chilling, the food inedible, and his fellow guests less thanneighborly. There's an amorous spinster, two tarty girls, a retiredmilitary man, a secretive London family, and Bob Harris, who so nagshiswife, Doris, that everyone wants to kill him. Then somebody does. SoonMacbeth is called upon to act -- to dig into the past and deep intotheheart to deliver something more daunting than merely the culprit: Justice."This series is pure bliss." ATLANTA JOURNAL & CONSTITUTION"On a scale of one to ten, M. C. Beaton's Constable Hamish Macbethmeritsa ten-plus." BUFFALO NEWS"The detective novels of M. C. Beaton, a master of outrageous blackcomedy ... have reached cult status in the United States." THE TIMES MAGAZINE (LONDON)"An intimate look at life in a small Scottish village, strikinginsightsinto human nature, carefully detailed, highly accurate descriptions ofpolice work, splendid dry humor ... as pleasantly satisfying as acozy cup of tea." BOOKLIST"Macbeth is the sort of character who slyly grows on you ... as yourealize that beneath his unassuming exterior, he's a whiz at cuttingthrough all the hokum." CHICAGO SUN-TIMES" Beaton has a touc

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