The Wizard of Evesham
Agatha is alarmed when her new wizard of a hairdresser seems keen to take on more than just her split ends. She soon discovers that everyone in his salon has a secret and that he practices a very dark magic indeed.
The Moment of Truth
Agatha must quickly discover the identity of the prisoner, but James is refusing to help. Has he really ceased to care for her?
The Murderous Marriage
After pursuing him for nearly four years, Agatha is finally about to marry James Lacey, the handsome Colonel next door. But there's just one little problem.
The Disappearing Trick
With her marriage dreams in tatters, Agatha has the small task of returning the wedding presents, and the slightly larger one of clearing her name of murder.
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I am a walker and a hiker - I listen to audiobooks as I walk along
This book has "unabridged" as its description and it is a dramatic rendition. While it is ok, it certainly does not qualify as unabridged in the classic sense.
Recommended to friends because of the extremely "listenable" voice of Penelope Keith and the wit and story-line by the author
Friendly voice - seems to always "smiling" as she speaks - an important quality for a reader
The very first mention of the words "Mrs Raisin" (strangely enough).
This series caught my attention because the name "Mrs Raisin" is the same as my mothers! I always thought while growing up that the surname "Raisin" would be a bit of a cross to bear....but now I see that it is one of which I can be proud! Mrs Raisin is my hero!(Both the literary one and my dear Mum)......Chris Raisin
This is a dramatization, but being a fan of Agatha Raisin novels, I found it quite entertaining. All of the actors are wonderful and my only complaint that it was over too soon!
"A good listen - BBC radio version"
This is a good listen - ideal for the car, however this audiobook does not contain the unabridged books, but rather the BBC radio plays based upon these books starring Penelope Keith. The radio plays are very good, although obviously much shorter than the books, and Penelope Keith makes an excellent Agatha.
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