The Walkers of Dembley (Agatha Raisin Series #4) (20th anniversary edition)

The Walkers of Dembley (Agatha Raisin Series #4) (20th anniversary edition)

by M. C. Beaton
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The Walkers of Dembley (Agatha Raisin Series #4) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read every book written by m c beaton. I love them.????
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very rich story. Full of many facts of Agatha. IN the beginning we see the business woman. The story turns to the country life. Enjoyed the story line with James. In the end Agatha saves the day and gets her man
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Going for all of them..Just love the series.
Mirade More than 1 year ago
Addictive! Have gotten hooked on M. C. Beaton since I got my nook and she is SUPERB! Highly recommend to all mystery hounds, especially if you like the English country side settings!
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I was truly surprised about the plot and character line. The way the author presented the story was very well thought out. The murderer turned out to be a surprise, and the ending to the story wound up to be very satisfactory.
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Must read all her books!
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As usual I enjoyed another Agatha Raisin book. Agatha has returned to Cotswold village after six months in London. She is not back long before one of the walkers of dembley is murdered. The walkers are a group of people that meet on the weekend and walk trails. The trails were laid out a long time ago and now are covered with farmers crops. These walkers don't care, they claim the right to walk on the old trails even if they ruin a crop. Before long another walker is murdered. Who is doing this? Could it be one of the other walkers, one of the farmers, a lover? Agatha and her friend James Lacey try to find out. They keep asking questions and being nosey until they think they know who the killer is, but they are in for a surprise. I can see the people and the village in my mind as I read. Beaton does an excellent job if you can just relax and feel what she is writing. Agatha is her usual crusty self but she may get more that she bargins for in the end. The ending is great as it leaves so many openings for other books.