Sunday, May 8, 2016

Review: Death of a Glutton

Death of a Glutton Death of a Glutton by M.C. Beaton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Hamish MacBeth never fails to entertain, nor to solve the crime with minimal effort! Checkmates, a matchmaking service, has booked rooms for a group of potential matches in Priscilla's hotel. The co-owner of the agency manages to offend and irritate the entire group by her gluttony and disgusting table manners. When she is discovered dead, with an apple stuffed into her mouth, all the clients are suspects. In his inimitable way, Hamish quietly solves the crime much to the horror of his nemesis DCI Blair.

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