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Christmas Scarf Murder
Christmas Scarf Murder
Author: Carlene O'Connor, Maddie Day, Peggy Ehrhart
ISBN-13: 9781496737236
ISBN-10: 1496737237
Publication Date: 9/26/2023
Pages: 336

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Publisher: Kensington Cozies
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
Members Wishing: 11
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Christmas Scarf Murder by Carlene O'Connor, Maddie Day, and Peggy Ehrhart contains three cute holiday themed cozy mysteries. All three stories are well-written and fit nicely into their respective series. I like how the Christmas scarf theme fits into each story. I thought Maddie Day had a clever method of murder. I wish there had been more investigating by Robbie Jordan in Scarfed Down. It was nice to catch up with Robbie, Abe, Sean, Adele, and the others. It was cute how Robbie and her staff were making dishes to go with The Twelve Days of Christmas. I like how Robbie was reading a new book by Becky Clark from A Crossword Puzzle Mysteries. The Christmas scene at the end was sweet. There is plenty of Christmas cheer in all three novellas. I enjoyed the first two stories more than Death by Christmas Day Scarf by Peggy Ehrhart. There are so many characters introduced in the beginning of the tale. I felt that the main character did not stand out especially with next to her dynamic best friend. The mystery was okay, but I find the way it was solved a little odd. Christmas Scarf Murder by Carlene O'Connor had an interesting mystery along with Christmas fun. It is a lively story which I liked. I like how the whodunit came together in the end. It can be read as a standalone along with Scarfed Down. I believe Death by Christmas Day Scarf is better for those who are familiar with A Knit and Nibble Mysteries. Christmas Scarf Murder has three charming Christmas cozies with sweater weather, festooned trees, wonderful waffles, copious knitting, a couple of curious crimes, and cheerful Christmas celebrations.