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ISBN:0754084574
Author: Graeme Malcolm,M. C. Beaton
ISBN13: 978-0754084570
Title: Death of a Village (Hamish Macbeth Mysteries, No. 19)
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Language: English
Category: Mystery
Publisher: Chivers Audio Books (December 2003)

Death of a Village (Hamish Macbeth Mysteries, No. 19) by Graeme Malcolm,M. C. Beaton



As always, the book is laced with sly humor throughout that is engaging, and the dialogue creates a feeling of authenticity of place, making the book highly enjoyable.

October 19, 2016 admin. DEATH OF A VILLAGE: A Hamish Macbeth Mystery. Trouble is afoot in a Scottish fishing village as Constable Macbeth unearths the pub empty, the church complete, and the air permeated with worry. With the aid of a journalist, Macbeth starts to ferret out the truth.

I'm so addicted to this series! I try listening to another genre but before long I'm back to Hamish. Death of a Village is another of the Hamish Macbeth mysteries by . Hamish is a constable in a small village in Scotland. He has a small croft and the his job as a peace officer is only troublesome in that his success may lead to promotions which would force him to leave the village of Lochdubh. This story includes a couple of murders, a house being blown up, an entire village acting oddly and a hurricane. There was more but I won't give it away. It gets better as the story goes along a Death of a Village is another of the Hamish Macbeth mysteries by .

Written by M. C. Beaton, Audiobook narrated by Graeme Malcolm. A Hamish Macbeth Mystery, Book 19. By: M. Beaton. Narrated by: Graeme Malcolm. Length: 5 hrs and 21 mins. I've read quite a few Hamish Macbeth mysteries and enjoy them as light refreshment between longer and weightier books. The narrator, Graeme Malcolm, was new to me and Hamish came across more churlish and less charming for me with his reading. There seemed to be few lovable characters and the mysteries seemed forced. I have a pet peeve about seeing religion as the source of people's problems and, as that is an aspect of this book, that turned me off too!

Death of a Village A Hamish Macbeth Mystery By: M. Beaton Narrated by: Graeme Malcolm Series: Hamish Macbeth Mysteries, Book 18 Length: 5 hrs and 21 mins.

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Narrated By: Graeme Malcolm. Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks. The aromas of wild thyme and Highland heather waft through Lochdubh, home to M. Beaton's eccentric policeman, Hamish Macbeth. Yet as he deftly investigates the summer's high crimes and misdemeanors, he attracts the attention of his superiors. They feel a promotion and transfer will give him a larger playing field than Lochdubh. That's the last thing Macbeth wants. has successfully been added to your shopping cart.

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Trouble is afoot in a Scottish fishing village as Constable Macbeth finds the pub empty, the church full, and the air permeated with fear. With the help of a journalist, Macbeth begins to ferret out the truth.
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This is the nineteenth book in a series of cozy mysteries featuring lovable Highlander, Hamish Macbeth, in charge of law and order in the village of Lochdubh and its environs in the north of Scotland. As always, the book is laced with sly humor throughout that is engaging, and the dialogue creates a feeling of authenticity of place, making the book highly enjoyable. One does not read these books for their literary value. One reads them purely for the fun of it.

This time, Hamish is called to the isolated village of Storye, where something is just not quite right, as the normally god fearing, Calvinist population has seemingly taken fear of the Almighty to new heights, and are now seemingly fearful of everything. Just what is going on in Storye? Well, that is what Hamish tries to discover, that is, when he is not daydreaming about his ex-fiancée Priscilla, who is now engaged to be married to someone else, or sparring with local news reporter Elspeth Grant, who seems to have taken a shine to our local constable.

As with all cozy mysteries, it is not so much the mystery that is of import but the characters that revolve around the mystery, and the characters are certainly quirky and entertaining, adding to the charm of the series. With the oddly endearing Hamish Macbeth, the author has created a character that is a winner. I love this series of cozy mysteries!
MegaStar
This is a very unusual mystery that leaves you wondering "what the H is going on here" for almost the entire book. Then the explanation is believable if you consider the fact that this is a village stuck way up in the end of nowhere with people who are out of touch with everything. I don't know how Beaton comes up with this stuff but this is another winner.
Anayaron
Typical MC Beaton, simple plot with some additional twists. Good read if you don't want to strain your brain.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
Excellent, very well written.
Funny duck
While in recent years M.C. Beaton has produced some uneven Hamish McBeth mysteries, this is a good one full of all of the charm of the Highlands that those of us who love Hamish look for. He goes about saving a village while doing his best to avoid getting promoted and having to leave his beloved home. This is not a long read, but a fun and enjoyable one!
deadly claw
IT WAS SO INTERESTING THAT I LISTENED TO IT TWICE
Hǻrley Quinn
Her books are always fun to read. You get very involved with the characters.
I love everything m c beaton writes. Death of a village, starring lovable Hamish MacBeth is a really good read. Hamish is at his best trying to find out why the villagers at Storye are so frightened and walk away from him. He knows something is amiss and in his own way, works it out.