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Hamish Macbeth Ten Books (Death of a Gentle Lady / Death of a Poison Pen / Death of a Village / Death of a Celebrity / Death of a Dustman / Death of an Addict / Death of a Scriptwriter / Death of a Dentist / Death of a Macho Man / Death of a Nag) by M. C. Beaton
Hamish Macbeth Murder Mystery Collection (Death of a Nag, Death of a Macho Man, Death of a Dentist, Death of a Scriptwriter, Death of an Addict, Death of a Dustman, Death of a Celebrity, Death of a Village, Death of a Poison Pen, Death of a Dreamer, Death of a Gentle Lady, Death of a Valentine) by M. C. Beaton
Eight by M.C. Beaton (Death of a Hussy, Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death, Death of a Poison Pen, Death of an Addict, Agatha Raisin and the Potted Gardner, A Highland Christmas, Agatha Raisin and Fairies of Fryham) by M. C. Beaton
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0446614890, Mass Market Paperback)When the residents of Lochdubh begin receiving poison pen letters, no one takes them seriously. But Constable Hamish Macbeth fears them, and his instincts prove correct when the postmistress is found hanging from a rope with a vicious poison pen letter at her feet.
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:24:30 -0400)
"Vacationer Jenny Ogilvie comes to Lochdubh with plans to seduce perennial bachelor Hamish Macbeth. Terribly jealous of Priscilla Halburton-Smythe, her snooty co-worker and Macbeth's former fiancee, the pretty and flirtatious Londoner arrives at the gale-swept loch expecting the craggy Highlander of her dreams. Instead, she finds a tall, gangling, red-haired policeman too preoccupied to notice her overtures." "Indeed, Macbeth has more serious matters on his mind. The minister's wife has gotten an anonymous letter accusing her of an adulterous affair with none other than Macbeth himself. Things turn deadly when the postmistress from nearby Braikie is found hanged in her room...with a poison-pen letter beneath her dangling feet. Macbeth's superiors call it an obvious suicide, but the recalcitrant Macbeth pronounces it a murder - and promptly sets off a media circus.". "While Jenny tries to impress him by playing amateur sleuth, local reporter Elspeth Grant sets out to land the story and Macbeth for herself. Surveying his bevy of women, the hapless constable must not lose sight of the dangers he faces. For the poison pen has unleashed a murderous fury that will imperial any nosy villager who ventures too near."--BOOK JACKET.
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