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Death of a Santa (Juniper Grove Cozy Mystery Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Juniper Grove is a lovely little town and I've enjoyed mingling with the townspeople and enjoying Holly's baked goods vicariously through Rachel, especially her famous cream puffs! Karin Kaufman has created a wonderful town, populated with great characters. I just love this series and could read one book a week. If you love cozy mysteries, Kaufman is your woman. Seriously. Don't miss these. They're great!
The fresh romance between Sheriff James Gilroy and Rachel has their communication on the sad event more informative and respectful of her abilities and insights at investigation and his heavy load as Sheriff of the small town. Rachel has that sinking feeling this isn't a natural death. Christmas is coming, and there's a rush to find out if murder is the gift that keeps on giving.
When Sonya disappears from the party after her uncle's death, Rachel, Julia, and their friend Holly unite to figure out what's going on just in time for a second death.
In Death of a Santa there are multiple suspects as we've come to expect, twists, emotion, unique characters, a little romance, and Christmas goodies galore. Karin does these cozy mysteries so well, and she's knocking them out in a swift fashion so we can have one almost waiting for us as we finish the previous one. These are good stories, easy reads, appealing main characters, and well worth the time it takes to jog through them. She won't convert me to read anyone else's efforts in this genre, but I'll be glad to read all of hers.
The Four Santas is a barbershop, Christmas Carol singing group. Sparks fly when two of the Santas end up dead under mysterious circumstances. Rachel feels sure it was murder and sets out to investigate even though her boyfriend, Chief Gilroy would rather she leave it to him.
Juniper Grove is a delightful town full of close knit folk who appear to know everyone else's business except when it comes to murder. With a touch of romance, plenty of twists and turns, and a difficult to pin down culprit, it was an enjoyable read. This was a Kindle version, and I felt the editing could have been better. The first third had a lot of run out sentences which made it a bit hard to read. Otherwise I would have given it a 4.
FAVORITE QUOTE: "Get used to endings,"....."That's what life is all about."
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