The Reindeer Caper (The Dunbarton Christmas Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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rep for solving crimes, a juxtaposition in such an idyllic town. So it's only natural that the mayor enlists their help when real live Dasher, a beloved reindeer gift from Norway, is stolen! Then to their horror, someone is murdered.
It's equally disheartening when Neil Marley, town Santa for the last twenty years is suspect.
Alicia , maiden name Dunbar, is a founding descendent and loved by all. Well, maybe most. Sweet, friendly and feisty, she is determined to solve the case and prove the town's Santa's innocence.
As the residents ' quirks are revealed, the possibilities are endless. And there's plenty of suspicion and scrumptious food to whet your appetite.
fans who love the cozy comfort of Hallmark channel movies will enjoy these books by Valerie Tate.
The characters are interesting, especially the husband and wife duo who solved mystery despite the twists and turns of the characters, the residents of the town, and the police Detective who latch on the obvious suspect.
How you specially love the description of the small town life and it's residents in Canada.
Highly recommended if anybody wants a cozy mystery.
There was a lot of humour and enough twists and turns to the plot to keep you going to the end. How can you not enjoy a story where Santa is accused of murdering an Elf? Where a valued reindeer goes missing? My only gripe is that the mayor is too overbearing and high-strung, and comes across as a caricature than a true character - it rather spoils the otherwise wonderful story.