Book Reviews of Death of a Macho Man (Hamish Macbeth, Bk 12)

Death of a Macho Man (Hamish Macbeth, Bk 12)
Death of a Macho Man - Hamish Macbeth, Bk 12
Author: M. C. Beaton
ISBN-13: 9780446403405
ISBN-10: 0446403407
Publication Date: 8/1/1997
Pages: 240
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 78 ratings
Publisher: Mysterious Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Hamish Macbeth knows the men in Lochdubh are not sorry Randy Duggan is dead but he sorely wishes that it isn't one of the villagers who killed him. He goes to great lengths to find the killer and it leads right back to Priscilla, his former love. Great story and lots of surprises!
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My first Hamish Macbeth book. Very enjoyable. I will definitely read more Hamish Macbeth books.
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This time Hamish Bacbeth has a case involving a mean bully who claimed to be a professional wrestler and who was sneaking around romancing some Lochdubh wives. As always, a fun trip to the Highlands of Scotland and a great read.
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What accompanies a huge, tattooed stranger to a tiny Highland town? Death. A Hamish Macbeth mystery.
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Typical MC Beaton mystery.
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This is a cozy set in the colorful Highland village of Lochdubh, featuring the laid-back but highly intelligent local police constable, Hamish Macbeth. He finds that any number of the villagers had motives to murder the bragging, lying bully Randy Duggan who showed up one day and liked entertaining everyone in the pub with his tall tales. Hamish hopes the murderer is from outside, and enlists the help of his sometime girlfriend, the haughty Priscilla Halburton-Smythe to discover the truth. It is a very enjoyable series, with a great setting.
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The nasty tattooed 'macho man' causes Hamish MacBeth to bring out his talents to solve another case
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A light and airy read for those of us seeking to lighten up all the while using your noggin to figure out all of the twists and turns in this nifty who-done-it. All the humour, charm and colour of the highlands where newcomers mistakenly think they can hide their dirty little secrets and nasty pasts. Revenge, however comes a calling and our hero PC Hamish MacBeth follows his intuition, fights a broken heart, solves the crime whilst infuriating his superiours again and again. Have some fun and take a look at M. C. Beaton's Hamish MacBeth series.