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Something Borrowed, Someone Dead

An Agatha Raisin Mystery
Beaton, M. C. (Book - 2013)
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Something Borrowed, Someone Dead
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Hired by the Parish councilor of a small community in the Cotswold Hills to investigate the murder of a jolly widow, Agatha Raisin learns about the victim's penchant for keeping borrowed items in a case that is complicated by village secrets and a killer who would make Agatha a next target.
Authors: Beaton, M. C.
Title: Something borrowed, someone dead
an Agatha Raisin mystery
Publisher: New York :, Minotaur Books,, c2013.
Edition: First edition.
Characteristics: 291 pages ;,22 cm
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Summary: Hired by the Parish councilor of a small community in the Cotswold Hills to investigate the murder of a jolly widow, Agatha Raisin learns about the victim's penchant for keeping borrowed items in a case that is complicated by village secrets and a killer who would make Agatha a next target.
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ISBN: 9780312640132
Statement of Responsibility: M.C. Beaton
Subject Headings: Raisin, Agatha (Fictitious character) Fiction. Women private investigators England Cotswold Hills Fiction. Police Crimes against Fiction.
Genre/Form: Mystery fiction.
Topical Term: Raisin, Agatha (Fictitious character)
Women private investigators
Police
LCCN: 2013013926
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Mar 02, 2014
  • Palomino rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

The crazy thing is, neither Agatha nor many of her friends are exactly likeable, what with their selfishn and stupid habits, and yet after so many books, you do.

There are so many of the same underlying jokes and themes that weave throughout the series in book after book, and that’s exactly why I find them so charming. It’s reassuring to know that Agatha is still fascinated by James, Charles and Roy still pop in and out at random, and the crew at the agency hasn’t changed at all. It’s all the same, but Beaton’s style never seems to get old.

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