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by Jessica Fletcher,Donald Bain

Free eBook The Highland Fling Murders (Murder, She Wrote) download ISBN: 0451188519
Author: Jessica Fletcher,Donald Bain
Publisher: A Signet Book (April 1, 1997)
Language: English
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Mystery
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Jessica Fletcher is a bestselling mystery writer who has a knack for stumbling upon real-life mysteries in her various travels

Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). Jessica Fletcher is a bestselling mystery writer who has a knack for stumbling upon real-life mysteries in her various travels. Donald Bain, her longtime collaborator, is the writer of more than one hundred and twenty books, many of them bestsellers.

Other author's books: 13 - Knock'em Dead. 08 - The Highland Fling Murders.

Murder, She Wrote: Highland Fling Murders (Murder She Wrote). 0451188519 (ISBN13: 9780451188519). Reading a Murder She Wrote book is sort of like spending a weekend with old friends. I love Jessica and her friends, and always feel like I'm part of their group and their adventures. He would know, since his family hails from Scotland.

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Jessica Fletcher (born Jessica Beatrice MacGill known as . Fletcher when writing) is a famous Murder-Mystery Novelist, who often found herself an unwilling participant in homicide investigations. Her detective skill eventually became well known to the point where she would be called in to consult on cases from the Cabot Cove Sheriff's Department, Scotland Yard, the FBI, and MI6.

Fletcher, Jessica (Fictitious character), Women detectives, Women novelists, Artists.

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Scotland's most celebrated witch, executed long ago with a pitchfork through her heart, is said to haunt Inspector George Sutherland's family castle in the village of Wick. It's an intriguing tale and after a British book tour, Jessica accepts Sutherland's invitation to bring her Cabot Cove friends to the heather-covered Highlands. Books related to Murder, She Wrote: Highland Fling Murders.

Donald Bain, Jessica Fletcher’s longtime collaborator, was the writer of over one hundred and twenty books . People Who Read Murder, She Wrote: Highland Fling Murders Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

Donald Bain, Jessica Fletcher’s longtime collaborator, was the writer of over one hundred and twenty books, many of them bestsellers. About Jessica Fletcher. Donald Bain, Jessica Fletcher’s longtime collaborator, was the writer of over one hundred and twenty books, many of them bestsellers. Category: Cozy Mysteries.

This is a list of fictional and non-fictional novels either from or inspired by Murder, She Wrote. During the series many novels that . Fletcher wrote, were mentioned. Her first novel, The Corpse Danced at Midnight, was made into a film in one episode, and later in the series another was made into a theatre play. The novel A Killing at Hastings Rock also underwent development to become a virtual reality video game.

The Highland Fling Murders (Murder, She Wrote). A must-read for any mystery lover. The Highland Fling Murders" is a cozy mystery, which is best read on a cold, rainy night while the wind is howling outside the window. Eerie and suspenseful. Book in the Murder, She Wrote Series).

Jessica Fletcher and a group of friends from Cabot Cove take off for the British Isles and end up at a castle in Scotland in this Murder, She Wrote mystery...Scotland's most celebrated witch, executed long ago with a pitchfork through her heart, is said to haunt Inspector George Sutherland's family castle in the village of Wick. It's an intriguing tale and after a British book tour, Jessica accepts Sutherland's invitation to bring her Cabot Cove friends to the heather-covered Highlands. Indeed, after "roamin' in the gloamin'" with the handsome inspector, she spots a spectral woman in white in the gloomy castle. But Jessica's blood runs cold when she later finds a local lass executed in the same way as the legendary witch.Something is very vile in Wick. It's a case of evil, greed, and murder that pits Jessica Fletcher against a killer from this world—or maybe the next.
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Thiama
So thrilled that the fun "Murder, She Wrote" series is becoming available for Kindle.
I bought this story because it was a fan favorite (judging by the reviews) and it certainly was a great one.

My only slight criticism regarding the e-book format is that it seems that when the book was transcribed into digital format, the program that scanned the original hard copy had some recurring errors that were not fixed. It's only small errors, such as a period turning into a comma, an h into a k, etc. It was occassionally distracting, slightly frustrating because it seems an easy fix (I'd love the job of reading these books and correcting the scan-errors! Hire me, Amazon!) but overall, I still love the books and will continue to buy them both digitally and hard-copy.
Xcorn
Always glad when Inspector George Sutherland appears in this series. He was a major presence throughout. I think (although I know it never happens) that it would be fun if they became engaged or at least openly and publicly acknowledged their feelings, but never married in the series because that would ruin it.
Arabella V.
This is one of the better of the "Murder She Wrote" series. Always is when her long-distance Scotland Yard boyfriend is involved which is never enough. When is she ever going to commit to that relationship?? I loved the setting in the "haunted" castle and it's always fun to have the gang from home tag along on a trip.
IGOT
Once again this is a great mystery. It keep you on the edge of your seat all through the nook until Jessica solves the mystery as to who did what and why they did it. The ending was a great surprise to me looking forward to my next murder she wrote book.
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Really enjoyed the story line, but the book really needs a proof reader. I laughed out loud when Robert Burns, the "revered Scottish poet" was called Robert Bums several times in Chapter 16. As many people know, "bum" can mean something entirely different in Great Britain.
Garr
It took a few pages to get into this one but quickly became entertaining. In this novel, Jessica (with her Cabot Cove friends in tow) finally ventures to Scotland to visit the dashing George Sutherland at his family castle. Of course, murder and mystery follow Jessica wherever she goes and Wick, Scotland is no exception. This was a great read - definitely recommended for Murder, She Wrote fans.

I purchased the Kindle version of this book and noted many grammatical and spelling errors. It seems that many "cl" words were translated as the letter "d" when formatted as an ebook. Some of the uses of "I" appeared as 1. There are many other errors in addition to these examples. Any ideas on how to submit errors to publishers? I love these books but dislike the errors.
Molace
Love Murder She Wrote...books and movies.
All the Murder, She Wrote series are 5 star to me. I also have the complete TV series. I enjoy trying to solve them myself before she can solve them. Sometimes I do, but sometimes I don't. That's what makes them very interesting. One Murder----One solve.