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In the dark, wintry highlands of Lochdubh, Scotland, where the local Calvinist element resists the secular trimmings of Christmas, the spirit of old Saint Nick is about as welcome as a flat tire on a deserted road. Nor is crime taking a holiday, as Constable Hamish Macbeth soon finds himself protecting an unhappy girl, unlocking the secrets of a frightened old woman, and retrieving some stolen holiday goods. Now the lanky lawman must use all his Highland charm and detective skills to make things right. And he had better do it quickly, for the church bells will soon toll and all Lochdubh will be forced to face another dreary winter without the comforting embrace of Yuletide cheer.
©2015 M. C. Beaton (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By RFRMAC on 12-14-15

Short & Sweet

Have never read this author before. Really liked the read. You left with a good feeling. While not very long, it did what it needed to do.

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5 out of 5 stars
By TMCS on 01-24-18

Another wonderful Hamish Macbeth mystery!

A thoroughly enjoyable Christmas mystery for MacBeth. I've listened it over again thr past two Christmases. The narrator draws you into the story.

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