Death, Snow, and Mistletoe by Valerie S. Malmont
(Tori Miracle Mysteries, No. 4)

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Murder in the holiday spirit

It was Christmas in Lickin Creek, and all through the town something was stirring..The borough council was quarreling about the color of the Christmas lights. A social worker wouldn't let a living baby be part of the town's living crèche. And some ladies were stretching the limits of their leotards in a pageant called the Nutcracker. All in all, former New Yorker Tori Miracle was basking in the quaint glow of her adopted Pennsylvania town, when suddenly the season went sour. A boy was missing. A thirty-year-old mystery resurfaced. And now two people have been murdered. With her boyfriend--the town police chief--out of town, Tori must help his befuddled replacement. And what she finds out, or should be finding out, is making Tori the next target--of someone only in the mood for murder....


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About Valerie S. Malmont

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Valerie S. Malmont is also the author of two previous Tori Miracle mysteries: Death, Lies, and Apple Pies and Death Pays the Rose Rent. She lives in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
 
Published December 10, 2008 by Dell. 322 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Malmont's latest Tori Miracle mystery (after Death, Guns, and Sticky Buns, etc.) takes readers to the backwoods of Lickin Creek, Pa., where Tori, editor of the town's only newspaper, is busy covering

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She learns that Alice-Ann is planning to divorce Richard, her philandering husband whose ancestors founded the town and who is this year's recipient of the annual Rose Rent, a tribute paid by the three religious congregations to the founder's current heirs.

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Malmont's latest Tori Miracle mystery (after Death, Guns, and Sticky Buns, etc.) takes readers to the backwoods of Lickin Creek, Pa., where Tori, editor of the town's only newspaper, is busy covering the community theater's annual Christmas pageant (a Wiccan-cum-Shakespearean adaptation of The Nu...

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One of the reasons this series appeals to me is Malmont's ability to breathe life into Lickin Creek by telling us more with each book about Tori and the colorful, secondary cast of characters, the citizens of Lickin Creek who have become regulars.

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