A murder at Christmas time of a grumpy old woman. Liked the Christmas detail couldnt put it down.
Murder and mayhem once again rule at the Hillside Manor run by Judith McMonigle and husband, Joe. Quite good reading
All but one of Judith McMonigle Flynn's neighbors adored the B&B proprietor's festive suggestion that they deck their halls and houses with eye-catching Christmas finery. Enid Goodrich, however, refused to cooperate. Then someone cooked the old grump's goose, silencing Enid's objections with a handy hatchet. Judith's already got a lot under her tree. Holiday business at Hillside Manor is booming and hubby Joe's soused ex-spouse is due to arrive at any moment. Still, Judith's not about to let murder mess up what's left of her seasonal spirit. And with the assistance of her somewhat less-than-elfin helper cousin Renie, she's determined to have this case all wrapped up by Christmas by revealing who put the screws in the neighborhood scrooge.
Great book and easy to read. This was my first by this author, but it won't be my last.
It seems there is always one person in a neighborhood who is hard to get along with but when that person is hacked to death at Christmas, Judith and her cousin Renie are determined to "help" the police solve the crime. Another in the Bed and Breakfast series.
This was one of my favorites of this series. Just so funny
Judith tries to convince all of her neighbor's to decorate their cul-de sac for the holidays. The one grumpy old humbug who refused is found murdered with a hatchet. Judith is determined who the murderer is.