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Fatal Fruitcake: A Christmas Short Story
     

Fatal Fruitcake: A Christmas Short Story

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by Mary Kay Andrews
 
Atlanta cleaning lady/private detective Callahan Garrity, the protagonist of the author's eight critically acclaimed mysteries, returns from a long hiatus in this short story to track down the source of a killer fruitcake--and in the process discovers that some forms of Christmas spirit really can be lethal.

Also included with this short story is Mary Kay

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Fatal Fruitcake: A Christmas Short Story 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Huskerfan More than 1 year ago
Just the right length, a very short, short story, that can be read and quickly during the Christmas season (or any other if you are in a Christmas state of mind) just when we have no time for relaxing or taking a moment in that so very hectic time of year. Enjoy reading everyone, it is a true Mary Kay Andrews gem - and I am looking forward to reading so many, many others. I have her next (short story) awaiting to be enjoyed on my Nook waiting to be be read. You will enjoy this "Fatal Fruitcake"
RonnaL More than 1 year ago
This short novella brings Andrew's Atlanta cleaning lady/ detective, Garrity, into a very short, by very cute, tale of the preverbal holiday fruit cake. One way or another, fruitcake gifts are just too deadly, and Garrity proves it once again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This short story was a tease, alas! Makes me wish that the author would decide to write another Garrity mystery .
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BarbRN More than 1 year ago
Reads more like a short story in an amateur writing contest. Would not recommend
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Good thing it was that short substitute cozy for creaky
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Applestar. 24 moons. White tom with orange eyes. No mate.