Death of a Green-Eyed Monster (A Hamish Macbeth Mystery, 34)
There’s a new constable in the small Scottish town of Lochdubh, Dorothy McIver, and Hamish Macbeth can’t help but fall in love with the beautiful dark-haired lass from Glasgow. Not surprisingly, it doesn’t take long before he proposes marriage. But will they make it to the church in the end? Unfortunately, they have a significant case to solve before the wedding can occur. The murder of a Glasgow man with underworld crime connections has shattered the peace of Hamish’s beloved, idyllic village. The case seems to hinge on revenge and jealousy, which means anything can happen, even another death or two.
Death of a Green-Eyed Monster has everything one would expect from a Hamish Macbeth mystery: an atmospheric and scenic Highland setting, Macbeth’s nemesis DCI Blair, not to mention the appearance of his two previous fiancées, Priscilla and Elspeth, and all the other familiar locals. And above all, there’s a crime to be solved. Reading the thirty-seventh installment of this series has been pure escapism. I’m sure I’m not alone in hoping this mystery series will continue.
|Author||M. C. Beaton|
|Page Count||240 pages|
|Publisher||Grand Central Publishing|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|