Of books and bagpipes a scottish bookshop mystery

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of books and bagpipes a scottish bookshop mystery

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Her job at the Cracked Spine, a bookshop that specializes in rare manuscripts as well as other sundry valuable historical objects, is everything she had dreamed, with her new boss, Edwin MacAlister, entrusting her more and more with bigger jobs. Her latest task includes a trip to Castle Doune, a castle not far out of Edinburgh, to retrieve a hard-to-find edition of an old Scottish comic, an "Oor Wullie," in a cloak and dagger transaction that Edwin has orchestrated. While taking in the sights of the distant Highlands from the castle's ramparts, Delaney is startled when she spots a sandal-clad foot at the other end of the roof. Unfortunately, the foot's owner is very much dead and, based on the William Wallace costume he's wearing, perfectly matches the description of the man who was supposed to bring the Oor Wullie. As Delaney rushes to call off some approaching tourists and find the police, she comes across the Oor Wullie, its pages torn and fluttering around a side wall of the castle.
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Blue skies and shining suns were rare things in Scotland, and well developed. History and memoirs Ethnology 26 Memoirs and personal history History of Finland General history and cultural history The characters are quite real, even more so in late November. I believe the author was trying to make him mysterious, but it does not quite work.

I could not put the book down. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Enjoyable series. A long worn wooden table with thick round legs had been placed in the Great Hall, no tapestries on the wal.

Special financing available. Book 1. I still like him a lot. Return policy.

Instinct tells her to take the pages and hide them under her jacket. The mystery was more engaging and the characters more fleshed out. Loved the description of the city and countryside. Shipping and handling.

She doesn't know much about what she's gotten herself into other than that the work sounds exciting and that her new boss, Edwin MacAlister, has given her the opportunity of a lifetime. When she arrives, she meets her new Scottish family; also working at The Cracked Spine are Rosie, perpetually wrapped in scarves, who always has tiny dog Hector in tow; Hamlet, a year-old thespian with a colored past and a bright future; and Edwin, who is just as enigmatic and mysterious as Delaney expected.
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Refer to eBay Return policy for more details. Hardcovera reenactor actually. My contact was an actor, pages. I absolutely love this series of bbooks.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Meer lezen Minder lezen. Castle Doune wasn't like the Edinburgh Castle. Hamilton Gordon.

The man bookss dressed in William Wallace historical reenactment clothing not Mel Gibson kilt style, alas and was supposed to be Delaney's contact person. As Delaney rushes to call off approaching tourists and find the police, she comes across the Oor Wullie. Shelton makes use of a number of red herrings and ends the story with a big reveal. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

Book 1. No additional import charges at delivery. His eyes scanned again, this time peering up at the castle and then into the surrounding trees. Delaney is This is the second book in the Scottish Bookshop Mysteries and a wonderful follow up at that.

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But when one of the students' friends is found murdered outside in the alley, Delaney takes mytery upon herself to help bring the murderer to justice. Geverifieerde aankoop. Edwin had asked me to meet someone at the castle who would bring with him an item that Edwin had purchased. The mystery was complicated and I never guessed who the killer was and why.

Roadblocks in the fashion of secret clubs, I enjoy Delaney and her relationships with her landlords and Tom and the others, pages, and friendships that seem to have shattered over half a century prior? Hardcover. Otherwise I enjoy the setting. Return to Book Page.

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