Mince Pies, Mistletoe and Murder
What happens when small-town murder meets a big-hearted cafe owner?
Murder comes but once a year, but murder visits more often...
When an unpopular St. Eves' resident is found dead, the shadow of suspicion falls upon a familiar face returning to the town, a group of visiting newcomers, and a trusted friend to many.
As Charlotte Costello digs ever-deeper in her quest to find the murderer, more lives are thrown into peril, and the race to stop a killer from striking again is on...
This is the seventh book in the Charotte Denver Cozy Mystery series, and has all the elements of a Christmas mystery, with a warm and fuzzy ending.
Note: This book is written in UK English and uses UK spelling and terminology.
I read the book in one sitting. It was funny and captivating, and sometimes suspenseful. I really enjoyed reading the book.
Mince pic and Mistletoe Murder
Like it a lot, held my interest from start to the very end. Did figure out who the killer was towards the ending
I thought this book was a breath of fresh air compared to other books. I liked the main characters. It was a quick read.