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DEATH OF A KINGFISHER

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

An innovative plan to increase tourism in the Highland town of Braikie goes terribly wrong.Mary Leinster, a newcomer to Lochdubh, has turned the beautiful town property of Buchan's Wood into a tourist attraction she's dubbed "The Fairy Glen." At first all goes well. Busloads of tourists swarm over the glen without bothering the nearest neighbor, wealthy, crotchety Mrs. Colchester. But things take ... Read full review

Review: Death of a Kingfisher: A Hamish Macbeth Mystery

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Roz Shea

Hamish Macbeth, the laidback, lone constable of the Scotlish village of Lochdubh, finds himself having to share his modest quarters behind the jail with Dick Fraser, yet another deadbeat deputy foisted on him by Lt. Blair, his supervisor from the Strathbane headquarters. Blair often foists off a copper who has fallen from grace to Hamish because crime in this bucolic posting seldom consists of ... Read full review


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