As a 50+ woman, I so relate to crazy Agatha! OK, I don't think all menopausal women have obsessive delusions, but she's nutty enough to make me feel normal. Very readable.
Eleventh book in this cozy British village mystery featuring the curmudgeonly, incorrigible Agatha Raisin. In this book, Agatha and her beloved James settle down to married life, but they're finding it not so smooth going after they return from their honeymoon. When James forbids Agatha to take the temporary PR job she's accepted promoting a new line of boots for a local company, it's the last straw and she moves back to her cottage next door and throws herself into her job. Meanwhile, James is seen out and about with Melissa Shepperd, a woman that he had relations with before marrying Agatha. When Melissa turns up dead and James goes missing, he becomes the first suspect in her death. When days and then weeks go by with no word from James, Agatha and her friend Sir Charles set out to find the killer. Enjoyable, typical book in the series, a light and predictable read.