Bliss, Texas, is gearing up for its annual Winter Wonderland festival, but when a mysterious Scrooge ends the merriment with murder, it’ll take more than a ghost from Christmas past to set things right. Designing a holiday fashion show set in the town’s most prominent historic mansion seems like... show more
Bliss, Texas, is gearing up for its annual Winter Wonderland festival, but when a mysterious Scrooge ends the merriment with murder, it’ll take more than a ghost from Christmas past to set things right. Designing a holiday fashion show set in the town’s most prominent historic mansion seems like a job tailor made for dressmaker Harlow Jane Cassidy. But with the mansion’s restoration still in progress and threatening weather on the horizon, she’s feeling on pins and needles more than reveling in holiday cheer.
Having volunteered to play Santa in this year’s festival, Dan Lee Chrisson was ready to move on after his divorce—until Bliss became his final resting place. Discovering his body puts Harlow at the scene of the crime. She’ll need plenty of help from friends and even her late great-grandmother’s spirited sleuthing if she’s to have a ghost of a chance of catching a killer who’s just jumped to the top of the naughty list….
Publish date: 02-10-2012
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Cozy Mystery
, Paranormal Mystery
Series: A Magical Dressmaking Mystery (#3)
Zinnia Jones' (I'm beginning to wonder if she's a good or bad luck charm for our poor MC!) holiday festival show is taking place and once again Harlow Cassidy is up to her neck in last minute details to finalize. And once again, she finds a dead body in her wake (by falling on it no less) and more s...
This series quickly became a favorite with me. Love the characters, the town and the "magic". This one is possibly the best in the series so far, and it's set during the holidays which I didn't realize when I started it. RECOMMEND!!
I love this series and this book, Deadly Patterns, didn't let me down. I was extremely confused reading the last book and I truly think there was a continuity or editing error, concerning two of the characters, but everything is resolved and clearly so, in this book. I thought the mystery was exce...