Death of a Witch, by M.C. Beaton

The mystery itself wasn’t bad–four murders!–but it was all wrapped up by page 200 or so. Then the story kept going for four more useless chapters. I hate her anti-climaxes–they go on forever! Oh well.

Death of a Poison Pen, by M.C. Beaton

Och! How I love a good Hamish Macbeth mystery. They may not be filled with profound or flowery imagery or obscure literary references, but they always tie up the loose ends. They at least make sense. Hoorah!