Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death - M.C. Beaton Reviews
Description:ISBN 1845290801 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: M.C. Beaton / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 2004-06-17 ... more
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by - written on 08/01/13 (Very useful, 76 readings)
==Synopsis of the book:== Agatha Raisin at 53 has decided after a successful career running her own PR company to retire from active life. She has sold the business, her home and has bought a cottage in a small village called Carsely. However will she able to adapt to life in the Cotswolds after the fast pace of her former London life? She realises she needs to make friends and get herself known in her new community. So she decides to enter the village quiche competition. The only problem is she can't cook and has spent the last twenty plus years living of takeaways, microwave meals or dinning out. She knows a good establishment in London for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/08, updated on 06/08/13 (Very useful, 114 readings)
Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death is the first book in the Agatha Raisin series written by author M C Beaton. ABOUT THE PLOT Agatha Raisin has just taken early retirement from being a high flying PR guru and has bought her dream cottage in a peaceful Cotswold village called Carsely. In order to fit in with the villagers she decides to enter a quiche making competition but not being very domestic she buys a quiche and enters it as her own creation. Unfortunately one of the judges dies and it's apparently from having eaten Agatha's quiche - so she must turn detective to find out how it happened to ensure she doesn't get arrested ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/08, updated on 25/11/08 (Very useful, 119 readings)
I'm sorry to break the news to you, but Agatha Christie is dead. In fact, despite the numerous TV and film adaptations that adorn our screen every year the woman has been dead for over 30 years and counting. No more new adventures from lovable Miss Marple or eccentric Monsieur Poirot, just the same stories told again with a different set of actors. This is no bad thing in itself as each generation of viewers get to experience the stories designed for the time. The trouble is that I know all the killers, murderers, blackmailers, poisoners, bigamists, gypsies, tramps and thieves - I need something new, modern, but perhaps still laced with some of Christie's sardonic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
The Quiche of Death is the first book in the Agatha Raisin series. I read the first part on the Internet and thought it would be a good read and different to what I usually read so I bought it. The plot is basically that Agatha Raisin retires from her highflying PR job in London to a small village in the Cotswolds. This has been her dream, however once it actually comes true, she finds herself bored stupid, and subsequently just to do something, she enters a quiche competition. Mysteriously her quiche manages to kill one of the judges and it's not down to her bad cooking but poison. She turns into Miss Marple to find out who the poisoner is. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/12 (Useful, 11 readings)
Being the first book in the Agatha Raisin series by M.C Beaton it is this books job to capture the readers attention and captivate them into reading more of the books in the series. This book captured my imagination from the off, it is a very gripping novel and you want to know more as soon as you start reading. You want to find out why and how the person was killed and how the detective can solves the crimes by blundering in on various situations. It is also a humerous read and you can really relate to Agatha the main character in the novels. The book is worth every penny that I paid on amazon, however I did at first rent the book from the library and the enjoyment of .. Read the complete review
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