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review Death of a Maid × eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Death of a Maid By M.C. Beaton ❤ – Danpashley.co.uk Armed with a bucket and mop blackmailer Mrs Mavis Gillespie brings misery to constable Hamish Macbeth when he wins her maid services in a church raffle She is likely to snoop than clean and soonArmed with a bucket and mop blackmailer Mrs Mavis Gillespie brings misery to constable Hamish Macbeth when he wins. I gave it a 3 because it kept me interested enough to keep me reading But I won't be picking up another of this author's books The novel was short but it should have been shorter The mystery itself was rather thin and solved by the time the book was 23 over The rest of the book was just this wandering chain of eventsit's like the editor told Beaton he had to make it to 300 pages or something so he just kept making up things Also I heard way too much about all the arrangements Macbeth main character had to keep making for his PETSI'm sorry but it really slows the plot down if you have to describe every time the protagonist feeds his animals for finds someone to watch them so he can go do detective work Who cares It's not like the pets had personalities or were actually part of the story at all And I only sort of liked the main character His maturity with regards to his relationships with women leaves a lot to be desired On the other hand the cleverness with which he kept his stupid boss happy and kept himself out of the spotlight was pretty fun

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Plus Macbeth's former girlfriend Elspeth Grant holidays in Scottish Highland Lochdubh village with her new boyfrie. Hamish Macbeth mysteries are always uirky as is Macbeth himself I enjoyed this volume because Macbeth was at his best The story wasn't predictable so I enjoyed it unfolding

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Death of a MaidHer maid services in a church raffle She is likely to snoop than clean and soon turns up bludgeoned by her own pail. Always a fav audio series go to for Scottish accented narration and the likeable Hamish Macbeth investigating Highlands' crimeGraeme Malcolm narrator