Thursday, July 28, 2016

Agatha Raisin And The Day The Floods Came by M.C Beaton. Review

First thing you should know is that I am a huge fan of M.C Beaton , the second is that Agatha Raisin is one of my top five heroines in cozy mystery books. 
In this book Agatha is off on holiday , having been disappointed and let down by men yet again she finds herself needing a break from the village of Carsley .
 In this book a woman is found drowned wearing a wedding dress and there is a lot more to this case then meets the eye especially when Agatha does some digging of her own with the help from her friends and a good wig!
 Agatha is full of doubt about herself in this book but comes across as a pushy overbearing sort to those who don't know her . She is still suffering with heartbreak for James who she truly loved and even though he is far from Carsley it has done nothing to help the situation . She has a kind heart and loves deeply and fast which usually leads her into trouble , but this is one of her least loved up stories. 
Mrs Bloxby and Roy are back in this book and I love the friendships she shares with these two especially Mrs Bloxby. It's such a sweet friendship and she always has Agatha's back . If you are a fan of this series then this book does not disappoint .I listened to the audio version but please find a link to the paperback below . 

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