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The Murderous marriage : The morning of Agatha Raisin's long-awaited marriage to her attractive and elusive neighbor, James Lacey, dawns bright and clear. But the storm clouds of the day before would have been more appropriate. A new anti-wrinkle cream turns Agatha's face into one large red rash, James refuses to discuss his feelings for her, and then Agatha's first husban ...more
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Pauline
This is the best CD. Absolutely hilarious. Some really good one liners. The stories all link but the wizard of Evesham is such a good story. Love the characters and as for Felicity Kendal well what can I say. She is perfect in the role of Agatha Raisin. A brilliant actress and so funny to listen to. Perfect for listening to in the car. A light hearted start to any rainy Cumbrian day.
Mayda
These radio dramas are quite entertaining but be aware they are a departure from the original novels. Well acted, they add a spark of reality to the stories with background music and sound effects. If you like the brusque Agatha Raisin or if you simply like radio programs, you will certainly enjoy these renditions. If you haven’t yet read the novels these dramas are based on, you might want to give them a try first: much is omitted from the original writings.
Sue
This audio of The Wizard of Evesham is not a straight reading of the text, but rather a version of the story made into a form suitable for radio. It was very entertaining. There were different actors' voices for each character and all kinds of background sounds. It was also a very condensed form of the original story. I enjoyed it as a change of pace from listening to the original audiobooks.
Gill
Two stories dramatised for radio, starring Penelope Keith.

Miss Marple with attitude! It was very entertaining.
Laura
Read the murderous marriage . Only Agatha can get into the predicaments & out again only slightly disheveled.
Donna
Another delightful entertainment with my favorite, Penelope Keith as Agatha.
Robin
Did not like this book. It was off putting to me.
Susan
Love the humour in M.C. Beaton books.
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aka: Ann Fairfax, Jennie Tremaine, Helen Crampton, Marion Chesney, Charlotte Ward, Sarah Chester.

Marion Chesney was born on 1936 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, and started her first job as a bookseller in charge of the fiction department in John Smith & Sons Ltd. While bookselling, by chance, she got an offer from the Scottis
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