Residents of Rudolph keep the spirit of Christmas alive year-round—but their joy is threatened when a group of grinches visits the town, in the charming fourth installment of the Year-Round Christmas series.
It's the week before Thanksgiving, and Merry Wilkinson, owner of Mrs. Claus's Treasures, is preparing for a weekend reunion of her mother's college friends. But when the group of women comes into Merry's shop, Merry is met with frosty attitudes and cold hearts.
The women argue amongst themselves constantly, and the bickering only intensifies after one of the friends is poisoned. With her father's role as Santa in danger due to his proximity to the crime, Merry will need to use all of her investigative gifts to wrap this mystery up and save Santa and her favorite holiday.
About the Author
Vicki Delany is the author of the Year-Round Christmas Mysteries, the Constable Molly Smith Mysteries, and, writing as Eva Gates, she is the author of the Lighthouse Library Mysteries.
Praise for Silent Night, Deadly Night
“This is a cozy mystery filled with murder, mayhem, warmth, and Christmas cheer. What more could you want?”—Carstairs Considers
“Silent Night, Deadly Night was a delightful treat to jumpstart my holiday reading."—The Genre Minx
Praise for Rest Ye Murdered Gentlemen
“Delightful…[A] humorous tinsel-covered tale that made me laugh out loud even while keeping me guessing.”—Jenn McKinlay, New York Times bestselling author
“Witty writing, an unexpected solution, and truly likable characters ensure that the appeal of this holiday-themed series will last long past the Yule season.”—Kings River Life Magazine
“Delany has given us a story full of holiday cheer, an exciting mystery, wondrous characters all in a place I would love to really visit. Its charm just lit up my day. This is one mystery you shouldn’t miss this holiday season.”—Escape with Dollycas into a Good Book
“I delved right into this story—it grabbed me in and wouldn’t let me go.”—Socrates’ Book Review
“Vicki Delany does a masterful job of creating an inviting fictional small town that is all about Christmas.”—Open Book Society
“Ms. Delany has started a promising new series with Rest Ye Murdered Gentlemen.”—Fresh Fiction
“A fun Yuletide-themed cozy with an appealing amateur sleuth.”—Library Journal