Christmas at Corbie Hall (The McLaren Mysteries, #19)

Christmas at Corbie Hall (The McLaren Mysteries, #19)

by Jo A Hiestand
Christmas at Corbie Hall (The McLaren Mysteries, #19)

Christmas at Corbie Hall (The McLaren Mysteries, #19)

by Jo A Hiestand



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Former police detective Michael McLaren is looking forward to spending Christmas at his grandfather's ancient Hall. Not only because it will be his first holiday with his grandfather and uncle, but also with his lady love, Melanie.

Everything seems perfect for the Scottish Highland getaway. Even Mother Nature is contributing snow, adding a festive and romantic overtone to the gathering. But McLaren's holiday plan gets snowed under when a dead man is discovered outside his grandfather's house--in circumstances similar to an older murder. And it's not long before McLaren is asked to look into the previous death.

The victim was a drummer in a local pipe band. He also drummed at the Christmas market, where his body was found on a snowy, cold evening. The man found dead at the door of his grandfather's house also played in a pipe band. Are the two murders connected? Or did their jobs at the bank have to do with their deaths?

Can McLaren wrap up the cases in time to unwrap Christmas gifts with Melanie? It's a race against the calendar and weather if he wants the Day—and his future with her—to be merry and bright.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940179069010
Publisher: Jo A Hiestand
Publication date: 10/31/2023
Series: The McLaren Mysteries
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

A month-long trip to England during her college years introduced Jo to the joys of Things British.  Since then, she has been lured back nearly a dozen times, and lived there during her professional folk singing stint.  This intimate knowledge of Britain forms the backbone of both the Peak District mysteries and the McLaren cold case mystery series.

 Jo’s insistence for accuracy, from police methods and location layout to the general feel of the area, has driven her innumerable times to Derbyshire for research.  These explorations and conferences with police friends provide the detail filling the books.

In 1999 Jo returned to Webster University to major in English.  She graduated in 2001 with a BA degree and departmental honors.

Her cat Tennyson shares her St. Louis home.

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