Death of a dreamer : a Hamish MacBeth mystery
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Waterville, Me. : Wheeler Pub., [2006].
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Central - Adult Large Type
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Format
Large Type
Physical Desc
325 pages (large print) ; 23 cm
Language
English
ISBN
1597222305, 9781597222303

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In the Highlands village of Lochdubh, every season has its special flavor. Lanky, red-haired constable Hamish Macbeth relishes them all, but spring is the grandest. Now the winter storms have blown out to sea, the loch is smooth as glass, and Macbeth is content with his dog, cat, and cup of tea...until his quiet life is shattered by a shocking death. High up in the mountains, the body of eccentric dreamer Effie Garrard has been found. The authorities are quick to close the case as a suicide -- yet Macbeth thinks she was murdered. But after several of his ex-girlfriends come to town, the constable becomes very distracted in his investigation of Effie's demise. And now in danger of dreaming too much himself, Macbeth may miss a very real killer who will give him the nightmare of his life.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Beaton, M. C. (2006). Death of a dreamer: a Hamish MacBeth mystery . Wheeler Pub..

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Beaton, M. C. 2006. Death of a Dreamer: A Hamish MacBeth Mystery. Waterville, Me.: Wheeler Pub.

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Beaton, M. C. Death of a Dreamer: A Hamish MacBeth Mystery Waterville, Me.: Wheeler Pub, 2006.

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Beaton, M. C. Death of a Dreamer: A Hamish MacBeth Mystery Wheeler Pub., 2006.

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