A dead witness. A forgotten crime. Hamish Macbeth never had it so hard as in this newest Highlands mystery!
When a local woman tells Sergeant Hamish Macbeth that she doesn't remember what happened the previous evening, he's not unduly worried. After all, she's been out drinking and he'd prefer not to be bothered with such an arrogant and annoying woman. But when her body is discovered in a ditch, Hamish is forced to investigate a crime that the only known witness - now dead - has forgotten....
©2013 M.C. Beaton (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
Beaton, yes, Malcolm definitely not.
After listening to at least a dozen Beaton novels, I will finish this one, but will listen to the samples before I buy another.
"Sorry but didn't like this narrator"
Not one of my favourites I'm afraid I did not like this narrator it detracted from the story and I didn't enough the book. Please bring back David Montieth he captures Hamish Macbeth for me.
"Narrator not right for the book"
Rip-roaring, fun and exciting
All the other Hamish Macbeth books.
David Montieth. He is brilliant on all the other books.
"Please bring back David Monteith as the narrator"
The pleasure of this book was diminished by the lack of David Montieth's narration. If the first audio book had had this narrator I would probably stopped listening then.
Just given up listening to this one. Very monotonous narration, completely spoilt my enjoyment. Really enjoy all the Hamish books narrated by David Monteith.
"I had to do extra ironing!"
Yes I would listen again as I loved the story and it kept me engaged from the start.
It wasn't obvious 'who done it' so it kept me guessing until almost the end and even then the plot twists kept coming!
I enjoyed all of them but Hamish is always a favourite.
More smiled from enjoyment than anything.
I would definitely choose more from both the author and the narrator.
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