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Agatha Raisin and the Christmas Crumble Kindle Edition
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|Length: 192 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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This time, Agatha has decided to play Lady Bountiful and invite half a dozen of the old folks of the village to a Christmas meal. Sensibly (given her previous forays into cookery) she hires caterers but decides to make the pudding herself - with predictably terrible results, and the pudding kills someone ... or does it?
This is a yarn with all the familiar elements and as such passes the time well enough, but I think this series has reached its sell-by date. To be honest, the biggest mystery for me was why it was called "Agatha Raisin and the Christmas Crumble" when it was a Christmas pudding that featured...
It really wasn't up to the usual good standard.
But for those who have never read any Agatha books except this one, please read Agatha Rasin and the Quiche of Death instead, which I'm pretty sure is the first in the series. It's a good read. And don't waste any time on this short story, I wouldnt even want to read it if it was free, and I paid for it.
Agatha, in a sudden moment of festive goodwill decides to invite some of the villagers round to Christmas lunch. As always where Agatha is concerned, things did not go well and as always she found herself at the centre of a murder investigation.
Considering this was a free read it was not a bad short story and made me laugh in places. I was never under any expectation that this was her latest adventure.
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