A Highland Christmas

A Highland Christmas

Large Print - 2010
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Police Constable Hamish MacBeth must solve some mysteries during the Christmas season and bring Yuletide cheer to a town that has long been devoid of it. The Calvinist element in Lochdubh forbids holiday celebrations. Hamish must protect an unhappy girl, decipher the secrets of a frightened elderly woman, and retrieve stolen holiday goods in short time before the church bells toll. Otherwise, Lochdubh will face another dreary winter without the warm embrace of A Highland Chistmas.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2010
Characteristics: 131 p. (large print) ; 23 cm
ISBN: 9781410430243 (hardcover)
1410430243 (hardcover)
Call Number: LP FICTION BEATON

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LauraSteinert
Jan 15, 2019

Lovely book. Brought tears to my eyes more than once. Don't wait for the holiday season to read this--it is great for any time. I am a total Grinch, and I loved this. (The narrator's delightful rant against commercialism of Holy Days at the beginning of the book ALMOST made me forgive her for all the times she has called Hamish lazy. Almost.)

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glotet
Nov 24, 2017

A quick and sweet read.

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Preeceville56
Oct 04, 2014

What a great book. It made me feel good, put a smile on my face and almost cried a few times. Hamish receives a great Christmas gift.

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MrMiyagi
Oct 03, 2014

Where is this book supposed to have been ordered from, Mars?
I placed the hold on February 14th 2014!!! It is now nearly 8 months later for a 15 year old book..

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