Agatha is at it again in As the Pig Turns. While stopped in traffic she takes her hands off of the wheel to wipe her nose and is ticketed by a policeman out to make his monthly quota. The next day he gave her another ticket for going 2 miles over the speed limit. Agatha blew off some steam in the local pub saying he should be roasted like a pig. So guess what? Someone killed him and tried to roast him just as Agatha said should happen.
Agatha wants to walk away from this murder but is hired by his ex-wife to solve the crime she takes the case. Much mayhem follows.
There is a cute scene at the first of the book that is not a spoiler. Agatha helps the local vicar (who cannot stand Agatha) solve a problem. I loved it when Agatha asked if she could call him Alf and he said no definitely not.
This is one book where Agatha does not spend a lot of time obsessing about a man. Charles and James are both in the story but she seems to have lost interest in either. However, after all is solved a new man shows up. I will have to wait to see if he is still around when the next book comes out