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A Deadly Christmas Carol [NOOK Book]

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When sultry Dionne Dunbar is run down in the street one winter's night, Granite Cove Gazette reporter Rose McNichols is the only witness. Amid Christmas preparations in the New England fishing village, Rose alone is determined to discover Dionne's secrets. Who wanted the woman dead? Was it a member of her mediums circle . . . or one of her black book clients?
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A Deadly Christmas Carol

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Overview

When sultry Dionne Dunbar is run down in the street one winter's night, Granite Cove Gazette reporter Rose McNichols is the only witness. Amid Christmas preparations in the New England fishing village, Rose alone is determined to discover Dionne's secrets. Who wanted the woman dead? Was it a member of her mediums circle . . . or one of her black book clients?
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Editorial Reviews

Internet - Robin Lemann
"Cook's use of humor is a delight. A cozy mystery that is well written, holds together and provides sophisticated humor is such a welcome relief."
praise for book - John Pleasant, Ph.D. Professor of Literature, ULA
"A great blend of mystery, murder and humor with picturesque landscape of New England coast."
Internet - Gary Larabee
The author fooled us mighty good with her first mystery novel, A Nose for Hanky Panky, and she does an even better job this time with her entertaining second effort, A Deadly Christmas Carol. Serious stuff indeed, but with plenty of laughs in the right spots. An enjoyable, flowing read that makes me anxious for her next effort to be published.

Gary Larabee, North of Boston Sports Historian and author of twelve books
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149807239
  • Publisher: Neptune Rising Press
  • Publication date: 6/21/2014
  • Series: A Granite Cove Mystery , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 301
  • Sales rank: 132,663
  • File size: 726 KB

Meet the Author

Sharon Love Cook, writer and cartoonist, is the author of the Granite Cove Mysteries. A Deadly Christmas Carol is the second in the series, A Nose for Hanky Panky is the first. The author, who grew up in Gloucester, Mass., the oldest working seaport in the US, now lives with her husband in Beverly Farms, another seaside town north of Boston. She is VP of Friends of Beverly Animals.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2014

     This is the second Granite Cove Mystery. After reading the firs

     This is the second Granite Cove Mystery. After reading the first: A Nose for Hanky Panky, in 2011, I emailed the author asking when another was coming out  At long last it's here. The excellent cast of characters have returned along with some new faces. This "cozy" mystery has it all: suspense, humor and heart. I love a New England village setting and bright, believable dialogue. Certain moments were scary (you won't believe the killer) and certain moments were LOL-worthy. I hope I won't have to wait too long for #3. 

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