‘A sparklingly delicious confection to satisfy the mystery reader’s appetite’ Helena Dixon, bestselling author of the Miss Underhay Mysteries
A PINCH OF PARANOIA
It’s three days before Christmas, and detective-turned-chef Jodie ‘Nosey’ Parker is drafted in to cater a charity event run by a notorious millionaire at a 13th-century abbey on Bodmin Moor.
A DASH OF DECEPTION
Things get more complicated when a snowstorm descends, stranding them all, and the next morning they find one of the guests has been gruesomely murdered in their bed…
A MURDER UNDER THE MISTLETOE
Secrets mull in every corner – can Jodie solve the crime before the killer strikes again?
A Cornish Christmas Murder is a must-read mystery full of heart and humour – perfect for fans of Richard Osman and The Appeal.
This title was previously published in the US as A Murder Under the Mistletoe.
What readers are saying…
‘She did it again! And this time with tinsel, Santa and mince pies… I have learned to not read Jodie Parker books on an empty stomach’ Natalie Normann, author of Christmas Island
‘I think Christie would be a big fan’ Tessa
‘A delicious English fictional dish that definitely deserves to be enjoyed without any moderation whatsoever! Yes, this is the perfect Xmas gift for a few hours of blissful reading’ Jean
‘I really loved this book and I finished it in a couple of hours accompanied by some delicious hot chocolate… the epitome of a cosy murder mystery perfect for a rainy day’ Louise
‘The book is full of secret passes and hidden doors, snarky comments and family love, red herrings and twisted plots, reveals and redemptions’ Linda
‘Another brilliant romp, despite a murder, in Cornwall. I am really enjoying this series, but the books do work as standalone pieces too’ Helen
‘I absolutely adored this book! The setting was perfect and I hope to re-read it again on a snowy winter day’ Crystal
‘Sit back in your favourite chair, hot chocolate at the ready and savour this perfect cozy read!’ Zoe
About the author
Fiona Leitch is a writer with a chequered past. She’s written for football and motoring magazines, DJ’ed at illegal raves and is a stalwart of the low budget TV commercial, even appearing as the Australasian face of a cleaning product called ‘Sod Off’. After living in London and Cornwall she’s finally settled in sunny New Zealand, where she enjoys scaring her cats by trying out dialogue on them.