Merry Mysteries 3-Book Set
Get ready to make your suspect list and check it twice!
'Tis the season for trimming the tree, baking cookies, and curling up with a great mystery book. These lighthearted Christmas-themed cozies will have you on pins and needles as you try and figure out who’s been grinching about and spreading deadly tidings.
All three books are available for one low price. Even Scrooge would agree it’s a steal!
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July 20, 2022
I love this series so far, but I was concerned about the ending of A Deadly Chapter. What will happen to the cats that belonged to the murderer? I have been rescuing cats all my life and always have several in my home. I know this is fiction, but I don't like loose ends, especially when it comes to the fate of animals. Betty from Oklahoma
July 18, 2022
Have enjoyed all of the Castleton Library mystery books to this point. Excellent plots. Would like to try Antique mysteries also. Carol, Somerset, KY.
March 29, 2022
In The Grim Reader author Margaret Welch on pages 216-217 has Faith and Wolfe deciding that the cat Watson is a genuine Cape Cod cat. However, in A Deadly Chapter author Jan Fields goes back to saying Watson wasn't born with a bobbed tail but in an accident as a kitten (page 42). I like consistency and the two authors should agree on Watson's tail and leave it as it was in the Grim Reaper instead of changing it back in A Deadly Chapter. Thank you.
October 12, 2021
I liked the idea that there were more than one possible suspect. I enjoy. mysteries that are convoluted but not necessarily gory. I am also cat cot lover with a one year old tuxedo cat named Oswald, so the shenanigans that Watson gets into makes me laugh. Ideally enjoy all of the books and look forward to the next one. Karen (71)
September 27, 2021
This book would have been better if there was one more chapter added with Faith and friends wrapping up the last details of the story line and leaving for Christmas.