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Their attempt to answer it takes them and their friends on a dangerous journey from a Pitkirtly ice-cream shop to a knitting club and then to a cattery before it reaches a deadly c Can anyone ever really change? Their attempt to answer it takes them and their friends on a dangerous journey from a Pitkirtly ice-cream shop to a knitting club and then to a cattery before it reaches a deadly conclusion in an old railway yard.
This is the third novel in the Pitkirtly series of quirky mysteries, following 'Crime in the Community' and 'Reunited in Death' also available on Kindle. Kindle Edition , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Reformed Character , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oct 06, Samantha rated it liked it Shelves: The third in the Pitkirtly mystery series. The stories are set in the fictitious small town in the Fife area and I like the scattered use of Scottish colloquial words in the dialogue, even though I have to look them up on my kindle which fortunately translates them for me.
A collection of quirky characters led by retired spy Amaryllis Peebles gets embroiled in helping a local lad who is accused of murder. There is never a dull moment when Amaryllis involves herself in anything. Reading these stor The third in the Pitkirtly mystery series.
Reading these stories is a bit like putting on a comfortable pair of shoes, or your favourite dressing gown. Cecilia is very good at highlighting observational quirks of human nature.
A Reformed Character
If you like cozy mysteries I highly recommend the Pitkirtly series but start at the beginning with Crime In The Community. Oct 29, Kath Middleton rated it it was amazing. There are several people who could be fingered as the reformed character of the title. Christopher, in a new job, becomes dynamic.
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Darren, the not-quite-naughty boy, has an alibi though initially things look rather dark for him, Jock discovers an affinity with cats and even Amaryllis, ex-spy and hard woman, takes up knitting. This story has its twists and turns and surprised me on a few occasions. This is another delightfully dotty and pleasurable read with characters I feel closer to in each boo There are several people who could be fingered as the reformed character of the title. This is another delightfully dotty and pleasurable read with characters I feel closer to in each book.
I really enjoy this style of humour and suspense. Altogether a great read. Apr 07, Joo rated it it was amazing. This is the third book set in the Pitkirtly village. When I reviewed the second, I said it was better than the first. Now I am saying the third is better than the first. I suppose these books can be classed as cosy mysteries. Love Me to Death. Death of a Pantomime Cow. A Sam Monroe Mystery. Murder Out of Tune.
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A Reformed Character (Pitkirtly Mysteries #3) by Cecilia Peartree
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