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Hamish and the lunchtime disco
on 1 August 2011
Initially I quite enjoyed this instalment of the adventures of Highland policeman Hamish Macbeth, as he struggles to avoid the amorous attentions of a WPC appointed to serve with him at Lochdubh station.
Unfortunately, by the time we hear how the victim of an unpleasant St Valentine's Day surprise shuts up the office of a local wildlife sanctuary to attend a lunch-time discotheque, my attention was starting to wane as well as my credulity.
Sadly escapades such as stitching drugs in the hem of a skirt just served to remind me of earlier books in the series, with which this compares a little unfavourably.