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Mistletoe Murder by Leslie Meier

Mistletoe Murder is the first of the Lucy Stone mysteries, set in the fictional seaside town of Tinker’s Cove, Maine. Lucy is mom to three, wife to Bill, and second shift telephone sale rep for the community’s biggest employer, Country Cousins. As you can guess from the title, it’s Christmastime. …

A Christmas Party by Georgette Heyer

A British country house Christmas party may be my favorite setting for a murder. Joseph and his wife, Maud, live at Nathaniel’s grand home. Joseph has organized a Christmas party, even though he seems to be the only one in a festive mood. Like any good Christmas party, we’ve got …

Murder at an Irish Christmas by Carlene O’Connor

Murder at an Irish Christmas is the 6th installment in the Irish Village Mystery series, but the first I’ve read. It worked fine as a stand alone. I felt like I got to know the characters well and was given enough of the backstory but not too much. Siobhán and …

The Impossible Quest of Hailing a Taxi on Christmas Eve by George Saoulidis

“The Impossible Quest of Hailing a Taxi on Christmas Eve” is a fun re-telling of A Christmas Carol. Scrooge tries to order a cab on Christmas Eve from an app. The problem is that the cabdriver who shows up won’t take him. He’s an undesirable customer. While he was busy …

An English Murder by Cyril Hare

An English Murder is a typical, country house, murder mystery common in Golden Age mysteries, with a slightly different feel. Although the set-up is one of my favorites – a group of guests snowed in at a country house over the holidays – the modern world is beginning to impinge. …

The Christmas Train by David Baldacci

The Christmas Train has just about everything: romance, adventure, mystery and holiday cheer. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s a great seasonal read, maybe a little cheesy in parts, but that’s okay for a Christmas read. Our main character is Tom Langdon. Tom used to be a war correspondent but he had …

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