I have been reading all the Hamish Macbeth series and thoroughly enjoy the stories. By the way I love the Agatha Raisin series by the author as well.
Unfortunately I didn't care for the voices done by Davina Porter. Normally I love to listen to her work but these accents were just too much for me. And contrary to some reviewers' thoughts, just because the accents may be accurate does not mean that I enjoy listening to them.
I'll stick with reading the Hamish book series instead.
I've really enjoyed this series. It's very well written with fully developed characters and intriguing plot lines. I'm looking forward to more.
I enjoyed the information on a portion of Indian history wrapped into British history with a little mystery and intrigue included
As I finish the eighth in this series, I continue to appreciate the author's ability to weave together the lives of all the characters into a very well crafted and entertaining story. On to the next with hope that the author will continue to write more in the series.
However, I do wish that the "Sandy" story line would reach some conclusion soon.
I've missed Maisie and was so glad to have her back. Having said that, I miss her return to solving cases as she has in the past. However, we see how strong she is to suffer all the sorrows she has and to find a new, perhaps short lived, purpose in her life.
Additionally, Maisie would not be Maisie without the narration of Orlagh Cassidy.
All in all glad to have her back and I look forward to more.
At last Daniel stops being a pompous ass and accepts Mollie's help. About time! Another great story in the series.
I've really enjoyed this series. They are very well written with a great deal of character and plot development. I've really grown to like Roy Grace and the other series characters.
I am only a 3 and a half hours in but oh my this is boring!! I'm moving on to something else. Maybe I'll come back and hope it will actually be interesting.
I've read all of this series and I think this one was the best. It filled a void I didn't even know I'd missed. We see a young Rutledge before the war that permanently changes him. An intriguing mystery and a glimpse of how Ian's life could have been without the horror or war.
I started this book but ended up returning it. Maybe it gets better later but I got really turned off by the gruesome violence. I also do not care for the reader.
This is a sort of interesting book but too wordy. And, I love coffee but I don't need to hear all the details. I'll keep the author on my list but it'll take awhile before I listen to another. Too many other better authors out there. Good narration though.
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