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 scottish mysteries

It could be because I miss living in Scotland, but I've been drawn to books with Scottish narrators lately, and since I'm a mystery fan, I've found myself listening to Scottish mysteries. Whether you like the cozy stories or tough detectives, there's a series here for every mystery reader.

 

5.25 Death of a GossipDEATH OF A GOSSIP
by M.C. Beaton
1985

Constable Hamish MacBeth investigates the murder of Lady Jane Hamilton who has a nasty habit of digging up dirt on the residents and guests of Lochdubh. 

 

5.25 Raven BlackRAVEN BLACK
by Ann Cleeves
2006

When the body of a teenage girl turns up on the Shetland Islands, Inspector Jimmy Perez launches an investigation into the killing, taking him into the heart of sinister secrets from the past. 

 

5.25 The Sunday Philosphy ClubTHE SUNDAY PHILOSOPHY CLUB
by Alexander McCall Smith
2004

When Isabel Dalhousie witnesses the death of a young man falling from the balcony of the Edinburgh concert hall, she decides to take it upon herself to solve the murder. 

 

5.25 Resurrection MenRESURRECTION MEN
by Ian Rankin
(2001)

Sent to a rehabilitation school after a serious mistake, Inspector John Rebus discovers that his classmates are plotting a drug heist and might be connected to Detective Sergeant Siobhan Clarke's investigation to an art dealer's murder. 

 

5.25 A Wee Murder in My ShopWEE MURDER IN MY SHOP
by Fran Stewart
(2015)

While searching for hidden treasures in the Scottish Highlands, shop owner Peggy Winn purchases an old tartan shawl that unexpectedly comes with the ghost of a 14th-century Scotsman, who, once she returns to Vermont, helps her discover who murdered her ex-boyfriend.

 

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