I picked up a couple of Agatha Raisin titles in the Kindle sales a few months ago. With the miserable weather over the last few days I felt in need of something 'light' to read, and so went for 'The Quiche of Death' - as it said it was the first in the series! Okay, so the writing isn't the most taut, and there are plot holes you could drive a bus through, and some of the characters struggle to even reach one-dimension....but it was fun!I know the Cotswolds reasonably well, and enjoyed a chuckle at some of the descriptions. So, the other Agatha Raisin title I have on my Kindle is 'Wellspring of Death'. I know this isn't the second in the series...so is there anything to be gained by reading them in series? If I read Poirot, it makes little difference the order you read them (apart from the odd reference to a past crime that has little bearing on the current case...or Hastings being absent briefly after his marriage....) ...is the the same with Agatha Raisin? How strictly should I adhere to the reading order?