Death of A Maid

Death of A Maid

A Hamish Macbeth Mystery

eBook - 2007
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Mrs. Gillespie, the regions most famous maid, is violently struck down by a metal bucket. Knowing Mrs. Gillespies penchant for gossip, Hamish Macbeth is sure she delighted in finding out her clients secrets--which means that everyone whose home she cleaned is a suspect.
Publisher: New York : Mysterious Press, 2007
Edition: 1st ebook ed
ISBN: 9780759517509
0759517509
Characteristics: 152 p
Call Number: eBook

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maipenrai
Aug 19, 2016

AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE THRU MNLink. 22ND IN SERIES

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kkirby221
Feb 14, 2016

Love the book series. Plot follows typical Hamish Macbth story lines. Multiple murders, many involved characters and a quick resolution.

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Preeceville56
Oct 15, 2014

Another good story.
When this series ends I really hope Hamish and Priscilla get together.

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Sanrin
Nov 28, 2013

Glacially slow. Macbeth travels for a page or two to interview a witness or suspect, and the result is, "No, I didn't see anything." Core village values also seem inconsistent: in a small village, everybody knows everybody's business, and one of the secrets the blackmailer knew was about an extramarital affair. But then, Macbeth and a woman who turns out to be engaged jump into bed, and the next morning jovially part ways without a thought. After investigating the case, one would have thought Macbeth as a permanent resident would at least have worried about eventually being found out and the gossip.

hermlou Jan 06, 2010

Beaton's books are all good reads. She makes us feel we are in pastoral Scotland, and we enjoy the quiet life of Hamish Macleod. The plot is a good one, but there are so many characters that I had to make a list to keep them straight.

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