Scones and Scoundrels: The Highland Bookshop Mystery Series: Book 2

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6.2 X 1.3 X 9.1 inches | 1.25 pounds

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About the Author

Molly MacRae is the national bestselling author of Plaid and Plagiarism, Scones and Scoundrels, Thistles and Thieves, and Heather and Homicide, all available from Pegasus Crime. Her short stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine for more than twenty years, and she has won the Sherwood Anderson Award for Short Fiction. Molly lives with her family in Champaign, Illinois.


"Details of small-town life on the western coast of Scotland enliven this smooth-flowing cozy, populated by a cast of engaging characters."-- "Booklist"
"An array of neighbors, such as a clueless mystery writer who styles himself a supersleuth, adds color, humor, and even wisdom to the proceedings. Cozy fans are in for a treat."-- "Publishers Weekly"
"With its cast of appealing amateur sleuths and quirky town residents, this leisurely paced mystery will attract cozy fans of Paige Shelton's 'Scottish Bookshop' mysteries, as well as lovers of biblio­mysteries by Carolyn Hart or Vicki Delany."-- "Library Journal"
"Enough motives and suspects to provide plenty of twists and turns."-- "Kirkus Reviews"
"MacRae is a skilled writer. She has great characters. A thoroughly enjoyable read."-- "Reviewing the Evidence"
"A new cozy mystery series in which the drama is tempered with humor. "--Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times (Praise for PLAID AND PLAGIARISM) "Booklist"
"MacRae is a sterling storyteller. The girls who own Yon Bonnie Bookshop are an interesting bunch of dedicated women, working hard together to make their business enterprises a success in this charming locale. I look forward to the next in the Highland Bookshop Mystery series. Great job, Ms. MacRae. Tapadh leat!"--Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times (Praise for PLAID AND PLAGIARISM) "Flash Fiction"