M. C. Beaton's Agatha Raisin and the Deadly Dance (Agatha Raisin, Book 15) PDF

By M. C. Beaton

ISBN-10: 1849011737

ISBN-13: 9781849011730

Can the feisty Agatha lower it as a personal investigator? She quickly learns that operating her personal detective company within the Cotswolds isn't particularly like starring in a Raymond Chandler motion picture. yet then walks in prosperous divorcee Catherine Laggat - Brown, and Agatha is given her first genuine case. dying threats, blackmail and actual assault quickly stick with, and once more Agatha is off scouring the Cotswolds for clues and exhibiting buddies and enemies alike what Raisin Investigations can do!

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But I can't recall ever having seen it. Ah yes. Ha! Now I know, Laura. You and Lester made the trip while I was abroad in the States, and I came back after you. ' Hadley drew a long breath. and now, Mrs Bitton, I, don't think we need detain you any longer. One of the warders will escort you to a cab. Or perhaps Sir William will do it... And look here, old man he put his hand on the knight's arm `you've a perfect right to stay, if you like; at least, I shan't try to drive you away.. But you've had a trying day.

His voice grew stronger. `I it was the shock of hearing the name of - somebody - I did know. ' `Yes,' said Dr Fell. ' 'I met him - ah-- Sunday before last, at dinner in Bitton's house. It was the day. I arrived. I hadn't caught his last name. They all called him Phil; that's how I remembered. ' `He was stabbed with this crossbow bolt,' said Dr Fell, picking it up. ' The other said, `Most interesting - ' in a way that sounded like a horrible burlesque. But he was better now. `I don't want you to think, gentlemen, that I know anything of the poor boy's murder because I seemed - ah - upset when you mentioned it.

Somers walked straight in after her, like a fool. But it's fortunate he did. 'He describes it as a rather narrow entry, badly lighted by a door with a glass panel at the rear, and with an automatic lift in the centre. The doors to the two flats on that floor are on either side. 1 after her. And, at the same time she was going in, a woman slid out of the door of No. ' said Dr Fell, blowing out smoke placidly. ' `There were no lights on, and what with the mist, the darkness of the hall, and the sudden run she made, he could just be sure it was a woman.

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