With this tenth book in a series that fans of British mysteries have come to relish more than fish 'n' chips and a pint at the pub, M. C. Beaton returns with another baffling case for Hamish Macbeth, the stubborn, red-haired, one-man police department of the Scottish village of Lochdubh. It has all the local color, wry humor, and splendid characterizations listeners adore.
All Sergeant Hamish Macbeth wants to do is fish and drink coffee with his fiancée. But when a mysterious stranger moves into the neighboring village - a rich, unmarried heartbreaker - a rivalry erupts among the local women, and the men of the village start a slow burn. It is amusing until death threats, assault, and murder shatter the tranquil countryside. Now Hamish must investigate the darker side of love and desire.
What did you like best about Death of a Charming Man? What did you like least?
The characters are delightful. The reading was a tremendous disappointment.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Shaun Grindell?
Graeme Malcolm did a splendid job on some of the other books in the series.
Was Death of a Charming Man worth the listening time?
I resorted to the Kindle computer voice, which was less irritating, although the Kindle's American accent is ill-fitting too.
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