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on 26 March 2013
It is like Christmas and birthday all rolled into one joyous time when a new Penelope Keith read Agatha Raisin mystery plops onto my desk.
This is an old book back from 2001 and deals with the aftermath of Agatha finally getting her heart's desire and marrying the ever elusive neighbour James Lacey who is, basically, just not the man of her dreams and is certainly not designed for holy wedlock!!
Rowing within minutes over the least domestic irritation ~ though the dyeing of James's clothes lurid pink is cause enough for instant divorce methinks ~ this is not a marriage made in heaven.
As ever Ms Keith brings all her acting talents to the telling of this story that swoops and whirls round the Cotswalds and beyond in dizzying fashion we have come to expect from Mrs Beaton.
No fan will be disappointed in this glorious telling of an Agatha tale