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Death of a Witch
Death of a Witch | M. C. Beaton
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From the author of the Agatha Raisin television series...DEATH OF A WITCH: A Hamish Macbeth MysteryReturning from a vacation, Constable Hamish Macbeth senses a dark cloud of evil hanging over his Scottish village of Lochdubh. Newcomer Catriona Beldame has cast a bewitching spell over the town, causing the local men to visit her cottage at all hours of the night and infuriating the women. Hamish suspects that she is a great danger to the town. Before he can prove that Catriona is truly wicked, she is brutally murdered-and Hamish becomes the prime suspect in the case. The constable will call upon the assistance of a pretty female forensic expert as he attempts to clear his name . . . and perhaps even find some romance. But when more violence breaks out, loyal Hamish must use all his detective skills to restore peace to his beloved village.
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Clutterbucks_Queen
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Oh poor Hamish even has the men after him now 😂
Probably one of the funniest Hamish Macbeth books I have read yet!

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Andrew65
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Started reading Death of a Witch, which incredibly is Book 24 in the Hamish MacBeth Series. Always good for a light, entertaining mystery set in the Highlands of Scotland. Good to read between the bigger books,

Tove_Reads I like Hamish far more than Agatha for some reason. Same goes for the series, Highland beats Cotswolds. 9mo
Andrew65 @Tove_Reads I‘d agree with you on both counts. Hamish is a much more likeable character and I think it is deliberately written this way. I love the Highlands so no contest, but the Cotswolds is still a beautiful area of the country. 9mo
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