Christmas Themed Books

Each day, between now and Christmas, I will feature three Christmas themed books that you might want to check out. Hope you find some that are new to you and some that you enjoy.  Enjoy your reading.

6516338Make room for murder with all the trimmings…

The Pennyfoot Hotel is decked out in holiday style, but when one of Cecily’s candlesticks disappears, she realizes someone is lacking in Christmas spirit. Still, petty thievery seems the least of her problems when she learns a former employee has been found dead in her duck pond. He hasn’t worked at the Pennyfoot in years, but his ex-wife is still their head maid-and now she heads the naughty list of suspects. (Goodreads)

 

http://www.amazon.com/Decked-Folly-Special-Pennyfoot-Hotel/dp/0425237877/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1450281352&sr=8-1&keywords=decked+with+folly

 

3479SUGARPLUMS AND SCANDAL brings together the best of romance and mystery in one delightful collection of Christmas tales. In the expert hands of six of Avon’s best storytellers, the holiday season takes on an air of love and scandalous surprises! Filled with Christmas miracles, romance, and suspense, this will make the perfect gift for both romance and mystery fans. Each author brings their own unique voice and characters to the collection, as well as their fan followings.

All I Want For Christmas is My Two Front Teeth – Lori Avocato

The Lords of Misrule – Dana Cameron

The Ghost of Christmas Passed – Mary Daheim

Partners in Crime – Cait London

Holly Go Lightly – Suzanne Macpherson

A Very Vampy Christmas – Kerrelyn Sparks

(Goodreads)

http://www.amazon.com/Sugarplums-Scandal-Dana-Cameron/dp/0061136956/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1450281572&sr=8-1&keywords=sugarplums+and+scandal

 

26491765Christmas at Canterville!
Lisa Wellman and Simon Canterville are surprised to find a dead man on their roof in the midst of rushing to open the Canterville Book Shop in time for the holidays. And not just any dead man – Ebenezer Hart – the man who opposed the book shop opening in Olde Town, Portsmouth, Virginia.
What might be more surprising is when Daniel Fairhaven – Lisa’s ex – turns up at the door of the three-story Victorian house to head the police investigation. She hasn’t seen him in years but the sparks start to fly as soon as they are in the same room together.
Simon and Lisa are obviously the best suspects for the murder. Each of them had something to gain by Hart’s death. Then an attempt on Simon’s life throws that theory into a tailspin.
But the biggest surprise yet comes when the ghost of Charles Dickens turns up to help Lisa with the murder investigation – and writing the mystery novel she has been working on for years.
Without a doubt, Daniel and Dickens in Lisa’s life means trouble. And there’s still the matter of trying to get the book shop open with a killer on their heels. (Goodreads)

http://www.amazon.com/Dickens-Murder-Canterville-Book-Mystery-ebook/dp/B015269QSI/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1450281718&sr=1-1&keywords=a+dickens+of+a+murder

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2 thoughts on “Christmas Themed Books

  1. I absolutely love cozy covers. Thank you, Mary, for keeping Christmas so alive by featuring three Christmas cozies everyday. What a delightful way to celebrate the holiday!!!

    Merry Christmas!

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