Mistake In Christmas River
Christmas River Cozy, Book 12
An old cold case. A violent robber on the loose. And a dark small town secret that’s dangerous enough to kill over – the latest installment in the best-selling Christmas River Cozy Mystery series is the most explosive one yet.
Twenty-five years ago, Millie Delgado stepped off a bus in Christmas River and was never seen again. She was the first girl to go missing in the small Central Oregon town that year, but not the last.
When the missing girl’s sister arrives in town years later searching for answers, pie baker extraordinaire Cinnamon Peters and her husband Sheriff Brightman are compelled to help her find out the truth once and for all.
Little do they know what they’ve signed up for.
Because Christmas River is a town full of secrets.
And they’re about to stumble on one of its most dangerous ones.
Book 12 in the Christmas River series is a thrilling tale of crime, passion, and the lengths we go to protect the ones we love.
Whenever I read a book by this author, there are a few things I know will happen: the characters will be heartwarming, the setting inviting and the mystery will be well plotted. This book was no different.
Whenever I read a Christmas River cozy, I feel like I am visiting old friends. The characters are well rounded and well developed and I really enjoy any time that I get to spend with them. Cinnamon and Kara are such good friends, we should all have someone like her in our lives. The relationship between Warren, her grandfather, and Cinnamon always leaves me smiling and feeling good.
The author’s description of Christmas River painted a vivid picture in my mind and I felt like I was there visiting. The writing style flows smoothly and it defines the characters very clearly by their actions and words. The mystery was engaging and held my interest
and curiosity throughout the entire book.
I would highly recommend this book (and series) to anyone who enjoys a well crafted cozy mystery. Christmas River is such a great place to visit and I think that you will agree.