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Title:
Death of a Ghost (MP3)
Series:
A Hamish Macbeth Murder Mystery #32
Written by:
M.C. Beaton 
Read by:
David Monteath 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
6 hours 5 minutes 
MP3 size:
252 MB 
Published:
February 28 2019 
Available Date:
February 28 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781489487919 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Detective; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Audible audio 
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New York Times bestselling author

It's clear something strange – and deadly – is going on when a body discovered at a nearby castle goes missing, and Hamish must get to the bottom of it before the 'ghost' can strike again ...

There are many ruined castles in Scotland. One such lies outside the village of Drim. Hamish begins to hear reports that this castle is haunted and lights have been seen there at night, but he assumes it's some children or maybe the local lads going there to smoke pot, or, worse, inject themselves with drugs. Hamish says to his policeman, Charlie 'Clumsy' Carson, that they will both spend a night there. The keening wind explains the ghostly noises, but when Charlie falls through the floor, Hamish finds the body of a dead man propped up in a corner of the cellar. After Charlie is airlifted to the hospital, Chief Detective Inspector Blair arrives to investigate the body, but there is none to be found. Dismissed as a drunk making up stories, Hamish has to find and identify the body and its killer before the 'ghost' can strike again.

'Longing for escape? Tired of waiting for Brigadoon to materialize? Time for a trip to Lochdubh, the scenic, if somnolent, village in the Scottish Highlands.'
New York Times Book Review

'Fans of the handsome Highlander will delight in his continuing penchant for the wrong women and his utter lack of ambition despite his superior detecting skills, which this complex case puts on handsome display.'
Kirkus Reviews