Read Murder Most Merry by Garrison Allen Barbara Block Toni L.P. Kelner J. Dayne Lamb James R. McCarthy J.F. Trainor Online


Mystery, mayhem, and murder provide a singular backdrop for the Christmas holidays in six short whodunits.Contents: Christmas cat / Garrison Allen --Christmas margaritas and murder / Barbara Block --Marley's ghost / Toni L.P. Kelner --Too little room at the inn / J. Dayne Lamb --Deep and crisp and even / James R. McCarthy --Slayride at Spirit Mountain / J.F. Trainor....

Title : Murder Most Merry
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ISBN : 9780821747636
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 349 Pages
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Murder Most Merry Reviews

  • Ann
    2018-11-19 20:17

    Not a bad collection of Christmas based mysteries: 1) The Christmas Cat. The cat's owner finds the body of Santa Claus dead under the Christmas tree at the tree farm. 2) Christmas Margaritas and Murder. A Christmas trip to Cancun results in a murder based on Mayan sacrifice. 3) Marley's Ghost. The murder of a restaurant owner twenty five years age needs to be solved so that love can flourish. 4) Too Little Room at the Inn. A visit to a quiet country inn results in the murder of one of the guests. 5) Deep and Crisp and Even. The body of a stranger is found by a parishener going to Christmas Mass. 6) Slayride at Spirit Mountain. A woman is murdered on a ski run. These are all good stories but the one Deep and Crisp and even was my favorite. A good collection.

  • Clare
    2018-11-12 23:25

    This is a compilation of six short mysteries having to do with the holiday season. A couple of them were very enjoyable but several were just okay. It did make me want to check out other work by a couple of the authors: Barbara Block and Toni Kelner.

  • Diane
    2018-11-21 16:16

    I like 2 of the stories more than the others, which were only so-so. There's a little of everything in these short stories that someone is sure to find something they like in these cozy mysteries.

  • Elisabeth Mcclellan
    2018-11-14 16:10

    I read this for the J F Trainor story which I enjoyed. I also like Kelner, and have some Allen and Block which I haven't read. The Lamb story was excellent. Very enjoyable collection.