This is the Audio book, 6 CDs narrated by Penelope Keith.
I generally rather enjoy MC Beaton's books, and this is no exception. I have read a few of the series, probably no more than half a dozen, in the past. There is no doubt that Agatha is a cantankerous (not that old) soul, and is prone to stumbling her way to a correct conclusion; what is the real mystery is why any one likes her at all. And so we come to her marriage to James from next door, having bumped along for several volumes. Quite clearly it is a mistake, possibly more so than we might have expected, and another surprise is that it doesn't seem to all be Agatha's fault! When a woman Agatha suspects of having an affair with her husband is killed, and James himself vanishes after a loud argument with Agatha, she is set to recover her self esteem by tracking down the murderer - not James, of course, that would be too straight forward for her.
The story is read by Penelope Keith, in the tones you can imagine from her television appearances (and quite suitable to Agatha retired in the Cotswolds). This is the first audio book of the series for me; 7 hours listening to something light that I would read in probably under half the time isn't a compromise that the voice acting can compensate for, even when as good as here.
If you like MC Beaton, Agatha Raisin, or mildly humorous detective stories set in the English countryside, this is your cup of tea.