Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam

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Macmillan, Apr 15, 2001 - Fiction - 224 pages
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When a fortune teller from a previous case informs Agatha Raisin that her destiny-and true love-lies in Norfolk, she promptly rents a cottage in the quaint village of Fryfam. No sooner does she arrive than strange things start happening. Random objects go missing from people's homes and odd little lights are seen dancing in the villagers' gardens and yards. Stories soon begin circulating about the presence of fairies.

But when a prominent village resident is found murdered, and some suspicion falls on her and her friend Sir Charles Fraith, Agatha decides she's had enough of this fairy nonsense and steps up her sleuthing for a human killer.

The prickly yet endearing Agatha will have fans dangling in suspense: Will she catch her crook-and a husband?
  

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Review: Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam (Agatha Raisin #10)

User Review  - Diane - Goodreads

Nice quick weekend read. Oh Agatha--be careful what you wish for! Read full review

Review: Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam (Agatha Raisin #10)

User Review  - Tori - Goodreads

Fun little book. Enjoyed it enough that I'll probably check out the rest of the series. Read full review

Contents

ONE
1
TWO
24
THREE
47
FOUR
64
FIVE
95
SIX
127
SEVEN
146
EIGHT
167
NINE
186
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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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