The Christmas Cantata [NOOK Book]

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St. Germaine, North Carolina was in a crabby mood. Yes, the whole town. If a temperament could affect an entire populace, "crabby" was what St. Germaine was. Noylene's new personal Christian astrologer, a woman named Goldi Fawn Birtwhistle, blamed it on the convergence of Pluto and the third moon of Jupiter.
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Pete Moss, the owner of the Slab Café, thought that the crabbiness might have something to do with the increasing levels of ...
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The Christmas Cantata

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Overview

St. Germaine, North Carolina was in a crabby mood. Yes, the whole town. If a temperament could affect an entire populace, "crabby" was what St. Germaine was. Noylene's new personal Christian astrologer, a woman named Goldi Fawn Birtwhistle, blamed it on the convergence of Pluto and the third moon of Jupiter.
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Pete Moss, the owner of the Slab Café, thought that the crabbiness might have something to do with the increasing levels of positive ion bombardment from outer space. Also included in Pete's theory were sunspots, an ever-widening hole in the ozone layer, the federal deficit, CNN election coverage, armadillo migration, and the cancellation of two long-running soap operas.

Usually in St. Germaine, the three weeks before Christmas were marked by an increase in good feelings toward one's fellow man. Not this year.

St. Germaine's police chief, Hayden Konig, and all the usual suspects, return in this heartwarming Christmas tale. When a long-lost cantata is found in the basement of the courthouse, a Christmas Eve performance is the order of the day. What happens next is anyone's guess.

Not a murder mystery, but one of the sweetest stories you're likely to read.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013825642
  • Publisher: SJMPbooks
  • Publication date: 12/8/2011
  • Series: The Liturgical Mysteries , #10
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 96
  • Sales rank: 155,981
  • File size: 428 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2014

    a christmas story within series not for everyones taste

    As the combo of church and police chief humor may offend by the mix. Series can be very funny this is not the first about the rival creches or rival churches those will offend especially baptising a gorilla who signs and the holy chicken who pecks out the reading for the sermon and keeping his gun in the choir loft organ bench

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2012

    Wonderful story!

    I could hardly put the book down! The story had me "hooked" And the ending was wonderful; I had tears in my eyes!

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