Relaxing - fun - easy listen - -
predictable, but fun
Davina Porter is a master (mistress) at switching characters and creating personalities - you have to love them all
step back in time to romance
recommend it for fun, fluff, pleasant listen
As with the other Hamish Macbeth books the story line is unpredictable enough to keep me interested, but familiar enough to be comfortable.
The plot stayed interesting, but the details of the story makes it hard to turn off.
The part where Hamish was rescued by the townsfolk.
read it and enjoy
I have not read the print version.
IWhat first comes to mind when recalling the book is when Hamish McBeth discovers the clue that leads him to the killer. It is suprising, but does not directly point to who the culprit is. That is the interesting thing about these books; the clues mount and create uncertainty as to who is ultimately guilty of the crime.
Davina Porter presents the characters with personality that is consistent and believable.
I have a difficult time tearing myself away from these books. My housework is suffering.
I love the whole series. It is my escape to Scotland.
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