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Agatha Raisin and the Fairies of Fryfam par [Beaton, M.C.]
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When a fortune-teller tells Agatha Raisin that her destiny lies in Norfolk, the puckish 50-ish heroine of nine previous adventures in this witty series doesn't think twice about renting a cottage sight unseen in a county she's never visited. Of course, Agatha has been spurned by the love of her life, her Cotswolds neighbor James Lacey, which has a lot to do with her removing herself and her two cats, Hodge and Boswell, to the village of Fryfam. There she meets the members of the Fryfam's Women's Group, to whom she explains her presence by saying she's writing a crime novel, Death at the Manor--an unfortunate fib as the village squire, Tolly Trumpington-James, is soon murdered at his manor house. Aided by suave friend Sir Charles Fraith, Agatha sets about prying into the lives of the locals to discover who wanted the squire dead. Peculiar lights at the bottom of her garden (the work of fairies?), the theft of a heavily insured George Stubbs painting, the brief disappearance of her two cats and a second murder, that of Tolly's gamekeeper, may disturb but not shake Agatha from her quest. In the end Charles uses his charm to elicit an important clue from the ravishing barmaid at the pub popular with the Fryfam menfolk. That the social comedy largely overshadows the mystery and its solution won't bother Beaton fans, who will be far more concerned whether Agatha falls for Charles herself or wins back the feckless James in this highly amusing cozy.
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Beaton's feisty Agatha Raisin, British public relations expert, feminist, and amateur sleuth, moves to Norfolk on the advice of a fortune-teller to find her true love. A pin in the map leads her to Lavender Cottage in the village of Fryfam, where she finds flickering fairy lights, petty theft, and manor-house murder. Donada Peters transports the listener back to the days of gripping radio drama when actors surrounded the studio mike and eager audiences listened at the radio console. Peters's male voices are so carefully nuanced that Cotswoldman and East Anglian, gruff huntsman and suave baronet step easily off the page and delight the imagination. E.V. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 444 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 272 pages
  • Editeur : C & R Crime (1 juin 2009)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B002RCZAK4
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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M.C. Beaton sait régaler le lecteur des anecdotes de la vie de Mrs. Raisin. Les ouvrages de M.C. Beaton sont toujours un plaisir à parcourir.. Au fil des péripéties de Mrs. Raisin, nous entrons dans l'univers d'une quinquagénaire farfelue dont la vie romantique et professionnelle est riche en surprises de tout genre.
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Livre très agréable à lire. Les personnages sont attachants et l'histoire passionnante. Drôle et un très bon suspens . Une agréable découverte pour moi.
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HASH(0x9172257c) étoiles sur 5 Another fun Agatha Raisin book--MC keep them coming! 23 mai 2000
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I'm not sure why but I always feel sort of warm and fuzzy after I read an Agatha Raisin book (or any other book by this author in her various guises Jennie Tremayne, Marion Chesney etc. . .). There is not a lot of action or suspense, and the characters are drawn in a sort of superficial and silly way, yet I can't put Beaton's books down or wipe the smile off my face while I'm reading. Maybe that's the secret of a great mystery, I know that's the reason why I can't get enough of Agatha, middle aged woman, ex-high powered executive, and bumbling detective extraordinaire.
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HASH(0x91722924) étoiles sur 5 Best one in series so far. 15 juin 2000
Par Stephen Fenn - Publié sur
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M.C. Beaton has done it again. Agatha is back in top form in her latest adventure. Instead of whining about how miserable her life is, she does what she wants to without worrying what other people will think. The end of the story was a bit of a surprise, and I found myself smiling while reading it. When I closed the book, I actually cheered. Things should prove interesting if the line spoken by Sir Charles is foreshadowing.
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HASH(0x91722a08) étoiles sur 5 Can't get enough of Agatha Raisin 11 juin 2000
Par Antoinette Klein - Publié sur
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For those of us who love the spirited Agatha, warts and all, she's back. Determined to forget the cold-hearted James Lacey, she rents a cottage in the village of Fryfam and immediately is swept up into the village life and its mysterious happenings. Charles Fraith joins her in this novel, and although not as interesting as some of the others, it is definitely a must for those who are following her adventures and love entanglements. Some of my favorites such as Mrs. Bloxby, Ron Silver, and James Lacey only make cameo appearances in this one and I considered that a shortcoming. Also, the fact that one of the major mysteries is left unsolved was surprising to me.
I felt the ending was too rushed. We have been waiting for so long for Agatha to get her man, and when she does we miss the thrill of the engagement period. The big question, of course, is did she get the right man.
If my interpretation of the foreshadowing on the final page is correct, the next Agatha should be the best of the series thus far.
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HASH(0x91722ce4) étoiles sur 5 Agatha and the Fairies of Fryfam 14 septembre 2000
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The Agatha Raisin books are a series that ideally should be read in sequence, starting with the first, and my favorite, Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death. Agatha, an amateur detective sleuthing in quaint English villages, is no Miss Marple. All of the ten mysteries are light reading, but captivating, witty and very enjoyable. I can't wait for the next one in the series.
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HASH(0x91722f24) étoiles sur 5 A good read 5 juin 2000
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I really enjoyed this book. I like a book that gets me into it in the first few pages and this one did that. I love Agatha she is so real with warts and all. She does try. The storyline was excellent and kept me on my toes and I could not decide who was the murderer plenty of suspects. I like all the main characters in these books and am always glad to see them pop up. I am eagerly awaiting the next one. It was one of those books you cannot put down but when it's finished your sorry, and want it to continue.
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