Agatha Raisin: Devil's Delight (Hardback)M. C. Beaton (author)
Another posthumously published gem from the masterly pen of M.C. Beaton, Devil's Delight finds the gloriously irreverent Agatha Raisin embroiled in a fresh case packed with witchcraft, disappearing corpses, sinister ice cream shenanigans and a spot of naturism.
Agatha and her assistant, Toni, are driving to their friend Bill Wong's wedding, thinking of nothing more than what the beautiful bride will be wearing when a terrified young man comes running down the country lane towards them wearing... nothing at all.
The encounter leads them to become embroiled with a naturist group, a disappearing corpse, fantasy games, witchcraft, an ice cream empire, intrigue and murder. In the meantime, Agatha's hectic life swirls along at dizzying pace, her private detective agency as busy as ever and her private affairs in turmoil - old loves to contend with and a new suitor on the scene.
Then she finds herself in deadly danger when she begins to close in on a suspected murderer and the sinister nature of the ice cream business leads her to a chilling conclusion.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 400 g
Dimensions: 218 x 142 x 32 mm
'Every new Agatha Raisin escapade is a total joy' - Ashley Jensen
'No wonder she's been crowned Queen of Cosy Crime' - Mail on Sunday
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