Death of a Valentine - M.C.Beaton Reviews
Description:ISBN 1849015090 / Paperback: 240 pages / Publisher: Robinson Publishing / Published: 27 Jan 2011
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==Synopsis of the book:== In the Highland of Scotland the local Police Sergeant Hamish Macbeth is given a new Constable to help him. This lady Josie McSween unbeknown to Hamish has a secret agenda. She being a romantic lady has decided Hamish is the man for her and she will do anything to get this bachelor to marry her. In the meantime she must carry on her Police work until something sparks the flame of passion in him. However their quiet lives are shaken when local teenager Annie Fleming the Lammas beauty queen is murdered. When a letter bomb explodes when she is opening a package on Valentines Day along with her many cards. Hamish must now ... Read the complete review
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