Love, Lies and Liquor


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$19.99  $18.39
St. Martin's Press
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.58 inches | 0.62 pounds

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About the Author

M. C. Beaton (1936-2019), the "Queen of Crime" (The Globe and Mail), was the author of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Agatha Raisin novels -- the basis for the hit show on Acorn TV and public television -- as well as the Hamish Macbeth series and the Edwardian Murder Mysteries featuring Lady Rose Summer. Born in Scotland, she started her career writing historical romances under several pseudonyms and her maiden name, Marion Chesney.

In 2006, M.C. was the British guest of honor at Bouchercon.


"Few things in life are more satisfying than to discover a brand-new Agatha Raisin mystery." --The Tampa Tribune on Agatha Raisin and M. C. Beaton

"The irascible but endearing personality of Agatha Raisin is like a heady dash of curry. May we have another serving, please?" --Detroit Free Press on Agatha Raisin and M. C. Beaton

"If you've never read an Agatha Raisin novel, it's time to start.... All of them are cunningly plotted, beautifully written, and more fun than you can imagine." --The Globe and Mail on Agatha Raisin and M. C. Beaton

"Beaton has a winner in the irrepressible, romance-hungry Agatha." --Chicago Sun-Times on Agatha Raisin and M. C. Beaton

"Anyone interested in...intelligent, amusing reading will want to make the acquaintance of Mrs. Agatha Raisin." --The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Agatha Raisin and M. C. Beaton

"Outwardly bossy and vain, inwardly insecure and vulnerable, Agatha grows more endearing with each installment." --The Plain Dealer on Agatha Raisin and M. C. Beaton

"Welcome back to Carsely, the charming Cotswold village that's home to the sixteenth Agatha Raisin mystery. (If you've missed the first fifteen, just imagine a Barbara Pym novel with murder, mayhem and the sexual longings of a fiftysomething divorced lady sleuth." --Publishers Weekly on The Perfect Paragon