Oh no! Agatha is getting a bit mellow with age along with a few creaky body parts. She is still looking for love, solving mysteries in her heavy intrusive mannner, and heavens forbid she is actually giving credit where credit is due. I dont know if I can tolerate this almost nice Agatha, but the book is still a fun and easy read. Oh and look forward to the surprise at the end - no peeking.
Agatha Raisin is at it again. Adding employees to her PI agency, who are unconventional. And she as always is found interfering with the police. When one of her clients dies Agatha and her eccentric staff look for the killer and try to avoid being victims. I always like Agatha Raisin because she is not your usual detective, not always likeable but is interesting.
Agatha's detective agency has been forced to accept divorce cases to remain solvent. Now a pompous businessman is trying to obtain proof of his wife's infidelity. As Agatha and her team investigate, all they can find is that the woman is the perfect wife.
Agatha Raisin - MC Beaton. The perfect pairing for a cozy mystery. Even though this is the 16th in the series - it does not feel formulaic at all. MC Beaton manages to keep you engaged with Agatha and care about what happens to her. A great read.
Typical MC Beaton. A formula, but a kind of comforting one. Good book for a quick read on a rainy or snowy day. This one is after she starts her own agency, and has less of the man-trapping in it than the previous ones. I kind of like her attempts to attract men - haven't we all been there?