A "Cool" Audio Book by M. C. Beaton
A Cozy Christmas Mystery Story from M. C. Beaton
I invite you to listen to this charming "Highland" Christmas story written by M.C.Beaton. Are you a mystery lover? Do you enjoy a great "Brit" mystery writer? Do you just plan enjoy a good story? Well, this is the audio book that you will want to have in your collection.
I was absolutely enthralled by this audiobook. The reader of this story is impeccably excellent, too.
There is no gory story line, no horrible acts committed. No nightmares will result from listening to "A Highland Christmas"! Plus you will find out how Hamish MacBeth got Luggs (don't know what or who Luggs is? Well, find out!). That is only one of several mysteries solved.
A 'must have' for Christmas - M.C. Beaton's "A Highland Christmas" on audio
You can listen to this story in your car with your children present. No need to be afraid that any expletives will come out of the speakers. No gory murders will be described with exacting detail that will cause bad dreams. Just a good, heart warming mystery story.
Go buy this wonderful story by clicking the link below. It will take you to Amazon!
Need more Highland lore or music? - Scottish stories and music for ya!
A Scot at heart? Add the bagpipes to your holiday cheer. Could get you in the holiday spirit or it could cool you down on a hot summer day.
Where is Hamish? Can you just picture him in this picture!?
A Frozen Lake in Loch Dubh in the Scottish Highlands - Hamish Macbeth lives here.
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The daylight hours might be in short supply in Scotland, but the cheer and characters are not!
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The above image was taken in Inverness, Scotland by flickr user Conner365.