From Publishers Weekly
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“Though Agatha is still a bit of a piece of work, she is mellowing with age, and in this book even forgets to ‘gussy' herself up once when she goes out. There's a cliffhanger at the end...that is going to be interesting in the next book.” ―Deadly Pleasures
“This is the latest perfectly precious prose problem from Beaton, Britain's successor to Dame Agatha Christie. If you've never read an Agatha Raisin novel, it's time to start, and you'll have fifteen more of these confections awaiting you. Polish those off, and you still have a batch of Hamish Macbeth tales. All of them are cunningly plotted, beautifully written and more fun you can imagine. The Perfect Paragon is as perfect as all the others, and you won't figure out whodunit until the final pages.” ―The Globe & Mail
“Entertaining…welcome back to Carsely, the charming Cotswolds village that's home to the sixteenth Agatha Raisin mystery.” ―Publishers Weekly
“Fabulous…M.C. Beaton is at her best with this fine tale filled with twists.” ―Midwest Book Review