Sunday, 11 December 2011

Book Review: Kissing Christmas Goodbye

Kissing Christmas Goodbye (Agatha Raisin, #18)

Another enjoyable Agatha Raisin mystery.

This time, Agatha is approached by the murderee (whilst still alive) as she believes one of her children is out to murder her before she can get a chance to change her will to cut them out.

Lo and behold, Mrs Tamworthy is suddenly found dead and super-sleuth Agatha is put on the case by her daughter in law.

This book is a fun romp to find the wrongdoer and has an impressive body count of 6, although not all are related to the main plot.

My only disappointment with this book was that the title was slightly misleading. I was expecting a festive murder but the Christmas scenes had no relation to the main story and seemed to be tagged on at the end. Still a fun and enjoyable read!

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