Death of a Ghost

CD - unabridged
Audio (5 discs)
Product Number: DD29762
Released: Feb 21, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781478938958
Narrator/s: Graeme Malcolm
Please log in to view pricing

Description

When Police Sergeant Hamish Macbeth hears reports of a haunted castle near Drim, he assumes the eerie noises and lights reported by the villagers are just local teenagers going there to smoke pot or, worse, inject themselves with drugs. Still, Hamish decides that he and his policeman, Charlie "Clumsy" Carson, will spend the night at the ruined castle to get to the bottom of the rumors once and for all.There's no sign of any ghost ... but then Charlie disappears through the floor. It turns out he's fallen into the cellar. And what Hamish and Charlie find there is worse than a ghost: a dead body propped against the wall. Waiting for help to arrive, Hamish and Charlie leave the castle just for a moment-to eat bacon baps-but when they return, the body is nowhere to be seen.It's clear something strange-and deadly-is going on at the castle, and Hamish must get to the bottom of it before the "ghost" can strike again.

x-large
Author(s): M.C. Beaton
Series: Hamish Macbeth Mysteries Series No: 32

Bundle:

Please login to view pricing, or register now
Death of a Ghost
Product Number: BX00060093
Product Number:DD29762
Product Number:Z100105580

All formats/editions

eAudio
x-large
Author(s): M.C. Beaton
Narrator(s): Graeme Malcolm
Series:
Product Number Z100105580
Released: Feb 21, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781478945451
eBook
x-large
Author(s): M.C. Beaton
Series:
Product Number EB00683715
Released: Feb 21, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781478919605

Professional reviews

"This is the 32nd installment in the Hamish Macbeth series--yet listeners can jump right in. Graeme Malcolm's narration fits the somewhat crabby but brilliant Scottish police sergeant perfectly. As Macbeth investigates ghostly noises at an old castle, discovering a corpse in the process, Malcolm captures the voice of every character, male and female, without overplaying the Scottish accents. Experiencing this book on audio presents a wonderful advantage as listeners don't need to wonder how Gaelic words like "Lochdubh" are pronounced. The murders keep occurring, and Macbeth keeps solving them with the help, and hindrance, of his colleagues, friends, and acquaintances. Malcolm's evenly paced narration offers a lovely vehicle for the story. M.M.G. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"

Sign up for our email newsletter