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  • Easy to read cozy mystery

    Death of a Poison Pen by M. C. Beaton is a good book. I read this through a B&N serial read where a new chapter is delivered every day to my Nook. The plot and characters are well developed and I enjoyed the interaction of Hamish Macbeth with the townspeople. At times Hamish and others would revert to local dialect and I had to really concentrate to get the meaning of the dialog. Other than that, I found this book to be an easy read and I was trying to solve the murders along with Hamish. This is a good cozy mystery and I enjoyed reading it. I recommend it to anyone who likes mysteries.

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  • Keeping secrets.

    Another fine Hamish Macbeth mystery. As usual, Beaton allows Hamish to get tantalizingly close to solving the case, only to be distracted by false clues, dead-end leads, and interference by an amateur sleuth. And all because people try to keep secrets to preserve their pride.

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