Book Reviews of Death of a Bore (Hamish MacBeth, Bk 21)

Death of a Bore (Hamish MacBeth, Bk 21)
Death of a Bore - Hamish MacBeth, Bk 21
Author: M. C. Beaton
ISBN-13: 9780892967957
ISBN-10: 0892967951
Publication Date: 2/23/2005
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Mysterious Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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I'm a Hamish fan, and prejudiced. Once again murder has occurred in his territory. And, once again, he is at odds with his supervisor, Blair. While laugh-out-loud humor isn't the norm in these stories, the description of a superior officer's run-in with his stopped up chimney is precious. Worth the read.
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tightly plotted and well written.
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"Offers humor, intrigue, and local color galore."-Kirkus Review
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Lots of fun. I really enjoy her books.
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Hamish Macbeth, Always good and entertaining. I love this cozy series with it's great characters and interesting plots. In this book, a nasty, bore of a writer is murdered and it's up to Hamish to find out who murdered him as Blair, his obnoxious superior is anxious to accuse one of the villagers. Recommend.
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A Hamish Macbeth Mystery.When finds John Heppel murdered in Lochdubh Scottland Hamish's and his dog Lugs suddenly idyllic life of afternoon tea and long walks disappear. He must draft a plan to capture a mad killer before he strikes again.
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Always good understated humor in Beaton's books.
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All the Hamish MacBeth series of mysteries are fun, humorous, intelligently written books. Hamish gets no respect from townspeople or his police superiors, and is always unlucky in love, but manages to solve every crime that comes into his jurisdiction.