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Agatha Raisin and the Christmas Crumble Kindle Edition
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I sat down to enjoy it and 10 minutes later realised I was at the end. Initially, I assumed the book hadn't downloaded properly and even went back through to check it page by page. Not only was it short, it didn't make a lot of sense and all semblance of a plot seemed to disappear. It was as if the author had sketched out the novel, written a few chapters and then lost the will to go on.
I feel really cheated!
Don't waste your money
I am wondering whether the Author has reached the end of her story writing days, I certainly wont be wasting more money after this.. A very disappointed ex MC Beaton fan.
Agatha is wondering what to do at Christmas and decides while talking to Mrs Bloxby to invite six elderly people for Christmas lunch. So far so good but regular readers of this series will immediately hear alarm bells ringing when they realise that Agatha is going to make the Christmas Pudding herself.
I liked the portraits of the six elderly but quite different guests, they are an interesting collection. The dinner itself is amusing and the unexpected death - of course there has to be one - is well done. If you want an amusing story to relax with at any time then try this - it takes about an hour to read.
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To say I was disappointed would be an understatement, I really enjoy the 'Agatha' books, and have them all. Read morePublished 8 days ago by B. Shirley
Fast moving great little read.Agatha raisin at her best ,just what we expect from M C Beat on,
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Not up to the usual standard of M C Beaton. Rather short and not particularly gripping but enjoyed it all the same.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have only just started reading the Agatha raisin books, having enjoyed every Hamish Mcbeth book by the same author. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Susan Bailey
Not for the true Agatha fans very very predictable so therefore boring.Published 1 month ago by pepiann
Midlife for women is so difficult, menopause etc. I identify with Agatha's outlook from those extra rolls of fat to that fateful look in the mirror when you wonder who is looking... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kathy Codd