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Death of a valentine

Author: M C Beaton
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Amazing news has spread across the Scottish countryside. The most famous of highland bachelors, police sergeant Hamish Macbeth, may actually marry at last. The entire village of Lochdubh adores Macbeth's bride-to-be. Josie McSween is Hamish's new constable, and she is a pretty little thing, with glossy brown hair and big brown eyes. The local folk think that Josie is quite a catch, but Hamish couldn't be more  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Detective and mystery stories, English
Mystery fiction
Mystery
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M C Beaton
ISBN: 9780446547383 0446547387
OCLC Number: 310224862
Notes: "A Hamish Macbeth mystery"--Jacket.
Description: 246 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: M.C. Beaton.
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Amazing news has spread across the Scottish countryside. The most famous of highland bachelors, police sergeant Hamish Macbeth, may actually marry at last. The entire village of Lochdubh adores Macbeth's bride-to-be. Josie McSween is Hamish's new constable, and she is a pretty little thing, with glossy brown hair and big brown eyes. The local folk think that Josie is quite a catch, but Hamish couldn't be more miserable. The wedding wouldn't be happening if it weren't for the murder of a beautiful woman in a nearby village. After the gorgeous woman receives a deadly Valentine's Day gift, Hamish and Josie take on the case. However, they soon discover that the list of the victim's admirers is endless. The case confirms Hamish's belief that love is extremely dangerous, but he still can't avoid the events that lead up to his celebrated engagement.

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