This was a delightful book to read during my month of holiday books. Light and cozy murder mystery, the characters were well developed and you had definite opinions as to whether you liked or despised each one.
I enjoyed the mystery and while I developed my own thoughts as to who was guilty, the author keeps throwing twists and turns that keep you guessing.
Lots of charm abounds in Dunbarton!
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Death the Halls by Karoline Barrett
Colorado Christmas Killer by Jenna St. James
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Windswept Snows by Donna Walo Clancy
This was a light cozy mystery series. The books were a quick read and had an interesting variety of murder mysteries. You could usually figure everything out before the end of the book, but it was still entertaining.
I enjoy the Bailey Ruth series. And the narrator of the audiobooks does a good job of changing voices for the various characters. I think Bailey Ruth’s obsession with fashion in this book went too far. She’s been on the edge of pushing the envelope, but it was to the point of irritating in this book.
The murder mystery is always interesting and Bailey Ruth’s efforts to help on behalf of heaven’s department of intentions will have you chuckling.
The reader will fall in love with Sandra. And this is a perfect story to read during the holiday. It will definitely entertain you and bring out your holiday spirit. There is a delightful mixture of magic, potential romance, and holiday festivities. Older kids will be sucked into the story and the magic of Christmas
Once again Alex Delaware and Milo Sturgis find themselves in the middle of a murder mystery. This one kept you guessing until the end and had a great surprise twist.
This is the first book I’ve read by this author. I loved the Christian focus. The relationship that develops between the adults, child, and animals was touching. This was a short and sweet audiobook. The focus on forgiveness was tender.
A cute and cozy holiday mystery. While a little bit of magic comes into play, the mystery is solved by creative thinking and manipulating the “bad guys.” This is a quick read for curling up in the recliner with a cup of cocoa and lights twinkling on the Christmas tree.