The Killer Wore Cranberry

The Killer Wore Cranberry

by J. Alan Hartman

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The Killer Wore Cranberry by J. Alan Hartman

Nothing says Thanksgiving like food and murder. If you've ever thought about knocking off Uncle Seymour when he grabs the last slice of pumpkin pie or you think the turkey might be giving you the evil eye, this is the anthology for you!Authors Barb Goffman, Stephanie Beck, Laird Long, Beth Mathison, Earl Staggs, Lance Zarimba, Lesley A. Diehl, Jack Bates and Kathleen Gerard bring you servings of your favorite Thanksgiving dishes with a dash of mystery and a hearty helping of humor. You may still have to deal with the in-laws, but this anthology may make Aunt Esmerelda's green bean casserole a bit more tolerable to handle.

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ISBN-13: 9781611870138
Publisher: Untreed Reads
Publication date: 11/02/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 438 KB

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The Killer Wore Cranberry 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
AVoraciousReadr More than 1 year ago
Great holiday collection *Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review. This collection of nine wacky and wonderful Thanksgiving mysteries is well-written and entertaining. Some I like better than others and a few are downright weird, but I think there’s something for everyone here.  Biscuits, Carats, and Gravy by Barb Goffman ~ Sneaky, but not sneaky enough. How to Sweeten a Mother-in-Law by Stephanie Beck ~ I love this! Turkey Cull by Laird Long ~ This is a bit weird. A Mobster’s Guide to Cranberry Sauce by Beth Mathison ~ An inside look at a mobster family Thanksgiving. lol The Thanksgiving Cookoff War by Earl Staggs ~ Love this one, too. Who Snuffed the Turkey? by Lance Zarimba ~ Hahahaha Murder with All the Trimmings by Lesley A. Diehl ~ Another favorite. Ambrosia by Jack Gates ~ Ooooh…this was a good whodunit. Last Licks by Kathleen Gerard ~ This wins Weirdest prize. 
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