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Title:
Death of a Valentine (MP3)
Series:
A Hamish Macbeth Murder Mystery #25
Written by:
M.C. Beaton 
Read by:
David Monteath 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
6 hours 18 minutes 
MP3 size:
260 MB 
Published:
September 28 2018 
Available Date:
September 28 2018 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781489458391 
Genres:
Fiction; Detective 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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Hamish Macbeth faces his most difficult case yet ... his own love life! The 25th instalment in the much-loved Hamish Macbeth series.

Amazing news is spreading like wildfire across the Scottish countryside: the most famous of all Highland bachelors, police sergeant Hamish Macbeth, is planning to marry at last! Everyone in the village of Lochdubh adores Josie McSween, Hamish's newest constable and blushing bride-to-be. While locals think she is quite a catch, Hamish has a severe case of pre-nuptial jitters ... after all, if it wasn't for the recent murder of a beautiful woman in a neighbouring village there wouldn't be a wedding in the first place. For it was a mysterious Valentine's Day card – delivered to the victim before her death – which initially drew Hamish and Josie together in the investigation. And now, as they work side by side, they soon discover that the woman's list of admirers was endless – confirming Hamish's suspicion that love can be deaf, blind ... and deadly!

'The detective novels of M. C. Beaton, a master of outrageous black comedy ... have reached cult status.'
The Times

'The Highlands’ most famous bachelor has a narrow escape in Beaton’s amusing update on the irresistible Hamish and his coterie of friends and ex-loves.'
Kirkus Reviews

'Beaton takes care as usual to provide a satisfying police procedural.'
Publishers Weekly