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Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist

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10 thoughts on “Agatha Raisin and the Terrible Tourist

  1. says:

    Read them All of them All 23 They are simply fabulous I love them and love Agatha Raisin The stories are set in the English Cotswolds which is where I'm from so that makes them extra special but I cannot recommend them highly enough If you want to read about an opinionated outspoken headstrong single woman in he

  2. says:

    Number 6 in the Agatha Raisin series In this it seems that Agatha's husband turned up in the previous book in time to prevent her marriage to James after reading book 2 I can't imagine why he agreed to marry her and although he was subseuently murdered James has gone to North Cyprus where the couple were due to honeymoon

  3. says:

    Agatha is on holiday in Cyprus also chasing the love of her life James LaceyNeedless to say she encounters murder most foul and has to get involved in the investigationIt is true that Agatha by blundering around in murder investigations managed to prompt the murderer to show his or her hand said Lacey when explaining her capabilities to the group of people that she had met there And 'plus ca change plus la meme

  4. says:

    2 StarsThis was by far my least favorite book in the series that I’ve read so far I’ve praised the series for the humor and there was not a laugh in the book I’ve also praised the uirky cast of characters and this book had no likable characters at all Agatha made one bad decision after another and just seem

  5. says:

    The sixth book in the Agatha Raisin series is unlike the rest in that the majority of the book takes place outside the CotswoldsThis story picks up right where its predecessor Agatha Raisin and the Murderous Marriage left off Agatha found a note from James Lacey proclaiming his love for her but advising that he needs some time and has left for North Cypress Agatha heads off to Cypress to win James back Not only do Agatha and James become

  6. says:

    It's difficult to see how many murders one can envision in a small village and so this novel moves Agatha and James overseasTo be honest this fell rather flat with me The story keeps devolving into excerpts from tourist guides and to be honest it's just frustrating to see Agatha continue to desperately pusue someone that is so incredibly emotionally unavailable unkind and has never stated that he's in love wi

  7. says:

    I like the series and will continue Main character can be unlikeable but her frailties are among us Well narrated clean and

  8. says:

    I love Agatha Raisin books Totally addictive and fun to read they always have the knack of making me laugh and

  9. says:

    I found this lying around my parents' house and recognized the author's name I don't think I've read anything else by MC Beaton but she's one of those writers whose series take up a shelf or two in any bookstore's mystery section This particular book was just very flat None of the characters were very interesting or defined including the protagonist There were several times that traits which could easily have been illustrated in the contex

  10. says:

    I picked this up for two reasons 1 MC Beaton has a huge place on library shelves so I figured the books must be good; and 2 I needed a book set in Cyprus This is the first and last book I'll read by MC Beaton I understand from other reviews that this is not her finest work in fact the reviews are atrocious However the heroine if you