Mistletoe and Crime by Chris McDonald #BookReview #BlogTour

  It's Christmas! A year since their last case, and Adam and Colin are called out of semi-retirement when Stonebridge legend and regular town Santa, Gerald Agnew, is found dead in the snow.   The police believe his death to be a drunken accident, but evidence that our amateur detectives uncover points to something more sinister.   When DI Whitelaw dismisses their claims, Adam and Colin must navigate drug dealers, deception, and department store Santas to get to the truth.   Mistletoe and Crime is the fifth in the Stonebridge Mysteries series of cosy crime novellas. It's such a pleasure to be hosting the blog tour for Mistletoe and Crime today. Many thanks to Chris McDonald and Red Dog Press for inviting me and for my advance copy of the novella. I've been meaning to read the Stonebridge Mysteries for some time and true to form, I started with the fifth book in the series. Obviously it would make more sense to read the series in order to follow the development of the charact

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