Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Agatha Raisin and the Wellspring of Death by M.C. Beaton

"Agatha blinked at him. She wished she had never gone to bed with him again."

Agatha is back from holidays and still on the outer with James. While her heart pines away a new murder mystery is sure to distract. Likewise a new gig in PR with the water company at the heart of the murder mystery and the upside benefits of a hunky new boss make for some rather interesting distractions.

Yes, I quickly finished the next instalment on the train to work and back. Such is the speed with which I devour Agatha's adventures. Except for the cats, I can kind of relate to her poor choices in male company and her easily bruised ego. Indeed I find her little world a welcome respite from the real one. Quite disturbing to think that village  murder mysteries are less problematic than the every day challenges of work. What is that about?

Will a fancy village fete draw out the answers Agatha seeks? Will James and Agatha once again join forces to fight crime. Seriously, will Bill ever wake up to how problematic his parents are in relation to his dating life?

Oh come on, do yourself a favour and crack open the covers. You won't regret it!

5 out to 5 bottles of water with a skull and cross bones are asking for trouble.

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