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Death of an Addict (Hamish Macbeth, Bk 15)
Death of an Addict - Hamish Macbeth, Bk 15
Author: M. C. Beaton
In the far north, isolation drives some men to drink and shelters others from the temptations of modern life. The drink might explain the reports of a sea monster near the dour village of Drim. The latter led young, recovering addict Tommy Jarret to rent a chalet from a local crofter. Despite the fears of some Lochdubh citizens, Hamish Macbeth d...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780446608282
ISBN-10: 0446608289
Publication Date: 3/1/2001
Pages: 240
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4 stars, based on 73 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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punkinema avatar reviewed Death of an Addict (Hamish Macbeth, Bk 15) on + 305 more book reviews
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Hamish ends up doing undercover work with a beautiful detective chief inspector - he manages to gain a huge victory but no love. Great story.
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rooneyann avatar reviewed Death of an Addict (Hamish Macbeth, Bk 15) on + 23 more book reviews
Interesting plot. Hamish Macbeth usually stays in Scotland, but this case took him out of his beloved Lochdduch (pronounce Lock-doo). Understated humor and quirky characters.
anitag avatar reviewed Death of an Addict (Hamish Macbeth, Bk 15) on + 78 more book reviews
Another great plot with Hamis now playing the part of an undercover officer who is supposed to be a drug lord! Unfortunately, Hamish has to work with an overbearing female superior. Hamish, along with the Det. Inspt olivia Chater, are almost killed when the cowardly, jealous Inspt Blair turns into a snitch. so much going on in this little book but Hamish get his man.
BonsaiGreg avatar reviewed Death of an Addict (Hamish Macbeth, Bk 15) on + 2 more book reviews
Kind of a contrived plot for one of the MacBeth series, but enjoyable nonetheless.


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