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  • Location: The Cotwolds, Carsely (fictional), London, Chipping Camden

Agatha Raisin and the Murderous Marriage (Agatha Raisin 5)

Agatha Raisin and the Murderous Marriage (Agatha Raisin 5)

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Married life in the Cotswold gets troublesome when your ex husband manages to track you down!

  • ISBN: 978-1472121295
  • Genre: Crime, Humour, Mystery

What you need to know before your trail

Agatha Raison bless her – quirky, boisterous and with a mind of her own wants and expects to start married life happily in the quiet village of Carsely in the heart of the Cotswolds. But preparations stall when her alcoholic ex husband manages to track her down. She thought he was dead after all these years although to be fair no one had really checked.

Jimmy Raison arrives in the village but is later found murdered. And just guess who is the main suspect? How is Agatha going to get out of this one?

Travel Guide

If you though the Cotswolds was quiet them think again! Agatha has had some difficult starts to her new home. Making quiche for one or trying to be the next Monty Don, whilst secretly wondering if she ever should have left life in London. But now she sees life from the other side of the fence so to speak. Her new life comes back to haunt her – in the guise of her drunken ex, an a new neighbour who refuses to sell her her house back. This is not the Carsely Agatha imagined  –  what a turn around!

The village has a charm for Agatha

“ – these Coltswold villages are stuffed with geriatrics”

Marriage in Carsely? Well not quite – and Mrs Bloxby, the vicar’s wife, is somewhat hurt that her husband will not be marrying them in the local church. However, Agatha knows that she is not legally divorced from Jimmy …

Marriage in Mircester it is. Or is it? Agatha finally is getting her dream. Her of the grey hair and encroaching wrinkles are finally going to be forgotten but as  suspect in her ex husbands murder, she and her husband that could have been have to join forces. Otherwise she might have to say good by to the village she now calls home!

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