Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist

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St. Martin's Press, Jul 15, 1998 - Fiction - 198 pages
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Agatha Raisin's marriage was put off when her ex-husband showed up, unfortunately alive. Fortunately, he was murdered and Agatha solved the crime. Now she is off to Cyprus to track down her ex-fiance. Instead of enjoying their planned honeymoon, however, they witness the murder of an obnoxious tourist. Two sets of terrible tourists surround the unhappy couple, arousing Agatha's suspicions. And, much to James' chagrin, she won't rest until she finds the killer. Unfortunately, it seems the killer also won't rest until Agatha is out of the picture. Agatha is forced to track down the murderer, try to rekindle her romance with James, and fend off a suave baronet, all while coping with the fact that it's always bathing suit season in Cyprus.

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Review: Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist (Agatha Raisin #6)

User Review  - Lynne Morgan - Goodreads

Usually settling down with an Agatha a Raisin is akin to curling up in your favourite armchair on a cold day with a blanket and a nice cup if tea to hand. I found this book just tedious. Agatha's ... Read full review

Review: Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist (Agatha Raisin #6)

User Review  - Lori - Goodreads

Agatha goes chasing after James and of course there is a murder. Read full review

About the author (1998)

M. C. Beaton has been hailed as “the new Queen of Crime.” She is The New York Times bestselling author of the Agatha Raisin mysteries, including As the Pig Turns and Busy Body, set in the English Cotswolds, as well as the Hamish Macbeth mysteries set in Scotland. She has also written historical romance novels and an Edwardian mystery series under the name Marion Chesney. Before writing her first novels, Beaton worked as a bookseller, a newspaper reporter, a fashion critic, and a waitress in a greasy spoon. Born in Scotland, she currently divides her time between Paris and a village in the Cotswolds. She was selected the British Guest of Honor for the Bouchercon World Mystery Convention in 2006.

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