The Corpse Wore Tartan

The Corpse Wore Tartan

Large Print - 2010
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Center Point Pub

Can there be such a thing as too many men in kilts; Normally Liss MacCrimmon, proprietor of Moosetookalook, Maine's one and only Scottish Emporium, would say no. But that's before one of them turns out to be murderous.

The bagpipes are blaring at The Spruces Hotel, which reopened just in time to host the Burns Night Supper, an annual celebration of Scotland's beloved poet, Robert Burns. In the midst of the long Maine winter, the festivities are just the thing to give local businesses a boost. But when the Scottish Heritage Appreciation Society arrives on the scene, their long-held grudges and animosity only grows as the whiskey flows. Then a fierce blizzard hits, trapping everyone -- angry Scotsmen, hapless hotel staff, and Liss herself. It isn't long before a body is discovered face down in a storage room, covered in tartan and blood. Liss and her friends must work fast before another body goes as cold as the snowstorm keeping them cooped up with a killer.



Baker & Taylor
During the annual celebration of Scotland's beloved poet Robert Burns, Liss MacCrimmon, proprietor of Moosetookalook, Maine's only Scottish emporium, is trapped inside The Spruces hotel with the quarrelsome Scottish Heritage Appreciation Society--and a killer.

Baker
& Taylor

During the annual celebration of Scotland's beloved poet Robert Burns, Liss MacCrimmon, proprietor of Moosetookalook, Maine's only Scottish emporium, is trapped inside The Spruces hotel with the quarrelsome Scottish Heritage Appreciation Society--and a killer. (mystery & detective).
When Liss and the Scottish Heritage Appreciation Society get snowed in during a gathering for the Burns Night Supper, old grudges and whiskey heat up the atmosphere. Then a tartan-covered body is discovered in a storage room, and Liss helps her friends sort out the facts before more tempers--and lives--are lost.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., c2010
Edition: Center Point large print ed
ISBN: 9781602859302
1602859302
Branch Call Number: LP MYSTERY DUN
Characteristics: 351 p. ;,23 cm.

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Jul 30, 2014

I have enjoyed every book in this series so far, and this one did not let me down. Doesn't get bogged down in the characters romance. Just enough to be interesting without sacrificing the murder mystery. I recommend this series.

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