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The Agatha Raisin Companion Kindle Edition
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More About the Author
As well as the bestselling Agatha Raisin series, she is the author of the acclaimed Hamish Macbeth mysteries.
She divides her time between the Cotswolds, where she lives in a village very much like Agatha's beloved Carsely, and Paris.
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Reading the background to the books was interesting and enlightening as to how her character came about. Also the insight into her background made some of her faults endearing in that they are rooted in her past. So for me a really interesting and useful book not only for the background to Agatha Raisin but how M C Beaton became a writer. Whether you like Agatha Raisin or not, 'The Agatha Raisin Companion' is a worth a go.
Following that there are brief descriptions of what happens in each book - not to be read if you haven't already read those books as they contain spoilers. There are pen portraits of the main series characters such as James Lacey and Bill Wong and some recipes.
I found the book entertaining reading though others may feel there isn't enough information in it. It very much depends what you consider a companion to a series should contain. Readers need to bear in mind that it doesn't cover all the books in the series as the series is not yet complete.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yes it did prove to be exactly what i expected ,a very good read.ThankyouPublished 11 months ago by Brian Asher
The companion book explains a little about how she got into writing, a little of how she lays out her books, I found this interesting as I like all the Agatha Raisin stories.Published 14 months ago by Marion
If you are an Agatha nerd you will like this but it could have had some maps in it to help with logistics (although then we may learn the true location of Carsley)Published 17 months ago by B. Jackson
Really good for remembering novells you have read and for expaining the characters and sub-plots...Well presentes and carefully packaged in cardboardPublished on 3 Oct. 2013 by tomas