Murder Most Merry

Murder Most Merry A great holiday gift for mystery fans this new short story collection of over thirty Christmas tales of crime contains contributions from some of the best writers of the genre Patricia Moyes John D

  • Title: Murder Most Merry
  • Author: Abigail Browning
  • ISBN: 9780517221198
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A great holiday gift for mystery fans, this new short story collection of over thirty Christmas tales of crime contains contributions from some of the best writers of the genre Patricia Moyes, John D MacDonald, Rex Stout, Julian Symons, Georges Simenon, Margery Allingham, Lawrence Block, John Mortimer and many others These holiday tales with a murderous twist include suA great holiday gift for mystery fans, this new short story collection of over thirty Christmas tales of crime contains contributions from some of the best writers of the genre Patricia Moyes, John D MacDonald, Rex Stout, Julian Symons, Georges Simenon, Margery Allingham, Lawrence Block, John Mortimer and many others These holiday tales with a murderous twist include suspicious Santa s helpers a Christmas pageant player who assumes the role of a killer and evil elves with malicious intentions Beware of hanging mistletoe and stuffed stockings this season, as you celebrate a creepy Christmas with Murder Most Merry.

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    • I started this back on Nov 25, with the idea of reading a short a day, and finishing with, as it turned out the final two to wile away time Christmas Day.As if often the case with a short collection the stories ranged from great to average to just OK.And then there was 'A Matter of Life and Death' by Georges Simenon, the longest of the stories, not that the length mattered as I could not wade through the tedious, boring, horrible piece. The book lost at least 1/2-star for including this long sno [...]



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