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on 13 April 2015
Love love love Agatha Raisin. Well worth buying the full version and not the abridge short cast versions. Agatha is best discribed as Miss Marple with attitude. She's nosy, rude, opinionated but oh so amusing, bumbling her way through one murder after another and one romance after another. I think she's 50 something and like most of us at that age has lift syndrome (Everything going south) A must listen for anyone with a couple of hours to spare or listen in bed and drift off to sleep with Penelope Keith's dulcet tones ringing in your ears. Will cheer the most dour of days
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on 10 April 2010
Agatha Raisin with her own detective agency, introducing more characters. Plenty of action, and read with great gusto.
Though I do prefer full character CDs, and was dubious about Penelope Keith going it alone, I really enjoyed this. Murder and mayhem at its very best.
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on 11 April 2014
Love all Agatha Raisin books, keep me quiet for hours. Would recommend this to all light crime readers who are happier with this than the heavier crime stories.
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on 28 December 2013
I love these stories . The fact Penelope Keith reads them is even better .
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on 2 December 2014
Arrived as promised, would recommend
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on 26 May 2015
very good thank you
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on 5 January 2010
This author is the modern day Agatha Christie and leads you up many blind avenues before revealing the end game. Excellent reading and difficult to put down once started. Hope there are more to come. All her books are good reads.
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on 8 October 2015
story good but BBC America packing poor compared to BBC UK - thin card compared to robust plastic
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