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- Print Length: 83 pages
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- Publisher: Jonmac Limited (January 11, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 11, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078VX1S7G
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I was pleased to read an advance copy of this book.
In this latest escapade, Diane manages to set her sleuthing skills to work on a tangled mystery involving multiple business and marital betrayals, give us some awesome descriptions of the Isle of Skye, and get in some writing - that is the fictional author is busy sleuthing as well as writing.
I always enjoy the colorful characters, as well as Diane's wry sense of humor.
If you enjoy a classic Christie style mystery with a bit of modern flair and technology, this could be your next murder mystery.
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Murder in the Highlands is an enjoyable read. There's a gamut of interesting characters;
making for plenty of suspects and the descriptive wording allows the reader to picture
places, people and things quite well.
My goodness, death seems to follow Diane wherever she goes! The former
educator, now a writer of mysteries and amateur sleuth leaves Apple Mews
for a few days of relaxation in the Scottish Highlands. Hoping to spend
her time bird watching, working on her next book, enjoying the scrumptious
food. Diane's plans also include visiting with her dear friends, Juliana & Malcom
MacKay, the owners of the Glen Gorm Hotel, which was once a medieval castle.
However, when she arrives she finds the place swarming with police officers.
Unfortunately, the very first day on holiday and she's greeted, not with hugs, tea and
scones, but with the news a guest at the hotel was murdered!
Diane isn't allowed entry to her room but is able to speak with Juliana and she takes
upon herself to introduce Diane as a retired Inspector so they can
gain access to the crime scene. From there, Diane decides to find out what really
happened, how, why and, most importantly, who murdered this fellow. As Diane
digs her feet in she does some things that, to me, appear intrusive and overstepping
boundaries. In America her actions would destroy the "chain of evidence which could
pose major challenges for the prosecution during trial.