Title: Death Of A Bore
(Hamish Macbeth Series #21)
Author: M.C. Beaton
First published: February 23rd 2005
Finished reading: August 20th 2013
Set in a small Scottish village, M.C. Beaton tells the story about yet another murder case for constable Hamish Macbeth. This time a minor writer, John Heppel, manages to upset half the village and one night they find him murdered in his house. While others think someone within the village did it, Macbeth seems to have different ideas. He tries to focuss on the crew of the TV company, and the chase starts…
An ok but no too inspiring novel in my opinion. The setting is nice and the use of Scottish dialect is interesting for me as a philologist, but the storyline is full of cliches. Entertaining but definitely not challenging.