Grab a cup of hot chocolate and cozy up with this collection of six holiday themed mysteries!
HOLIDAY GRIND: A Coffehouse Mystery by Cleo Coyle
When Village Blend manager and head barista Clare Cosi finds a red-suited body in the snow, she adds solving Santa’s slaying to her coffeehouse menu.
MRS. JEFFRIES & THE YULETIDE WEDDINGS: A Victorian Mystery by Emily Brightwell
The week before Christmas, Inspector Gerald Witherspoon’s staff prepares for the long-awaited wedding of Betsy and Smythe. But an unwelcome surprise falls in his lap: a Yuletide murder.
MRS. JEFFRIES & THE FEAST OF ST. STEPHEN: A Victorian Mystery by Emily Brightwell
When the host of a Yuletide dinner drops dead before the second course, Mrs. Jeffries and the busy sleuths must rally in support of their overworked Inspector.
A CAROL FOR A CORPSE: A Hemlock Falls Mystery by Claudia Bishop
To save their inn from a lawsuit, the Quilliam sisters need to prove a skier's death was no accident. But the slope-side slayer has a message for Meg and Quill: You better watch out...
YOU BETTER KNOT DIE: A Crochet Mystery by Betty Hechtman
When the husband of Molly Pink’s neighbor has gone missing, the crochet fiend gets hooked on unraveling another mystery.
FLEECE NAVIDAD: A Knitting Mystery by Maggie Sefton
When a librarian is murdered, Kelly Flynn and her knitting crew try to separate the lion from the lambs—before someone else gets fleeced.
About the Author
Cleo Coyle is a pseudonym for Alice Alfonsi, writing in collaboration with her husband, Marc Cerasini. Both are New York Times bestselling authors of the Coffeehouse Mysteries—now celebrating more than ten years in print. As Alice Kimberly, they also write the nationally bestselling Haunted Bookshop Mysteries.
Maggie Sefton is the author of the New York Timesbestselling Knitting Mysteries.
Claudia Bishop has authored many mysteries under her name and the name Mary Stanton, and is senior editor of three mystery anthologies.
Betty Hechtman is the national bestselling author of the Crochet Mystery series, as well as the Yarn Retreat Mystery series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Simplistic writing, not worth the money. I love the prime crime books, usually.
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Part one<p> Sunlight drenced the forest in its warm blanket, creating an eriee glow. A lovley brown she-cat, her kits near, lumbered through the forest, her sides cramped and rumbled. She fell to the ground onto a soft stretch of grass, and heaved a sigh of releaf as some of the pain eased. But only for a hearbeat, and the pain started again, worst this time. Only time past before a small brown bundle of fur slithered into the lush grass. The kit was'nt breathing. The terrified mother licked him feriously. Soon, the kit sucked in his first breath of air, and settled into the curve of his mothers belly, with not a pitful mew to be heard. " you are small, yet you are strong" the mother purred " you will be named Ratkit, sleep well my beautiful kit" wasthe last thing she said, before falling assleep, with Ratkit at her side.