Shakespeare's Christmas (A Lily Bard Mystery, #3)
Lily Bard heads home for the holidays. Lily heads to her hometown of Bartley for her estranged sister’s Christmas Eve wedding. But there is something in the air besides holiday cheer—there’s murder. And Lily must work fast to clean up the messy case before her sister promises to love, honor, and... show more
Lily Bard heads home for the holidays. Lily heads to her hometown of Bartley for her estranged sister’s Christmas Eve wedding. But there is something in the air besides holiday cheer—there’s murder. And Lily must work fast to clean up the messy case before her sister promises to love, honor, and obey a killer.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 4th 2008
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
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, Cozy Mystery
Even in a sleepy Arkansas town, the holidays can be murder.Lily Bard is going home for the holidays. More comfortable in baggy sweats than bridesmaid's frills, Lily isn't thrilled about attending her estranged sister's wedding. She has moved to Shakespeare, Arkansas, to start a new life, cleaning ho...
BLUF: Don’t start the series with this book.In hindsight…This is the first Shakespeare book I read in the series due to it fitting a reading challenge I was participating in. I wouldn’t advise reading this out of series.Essentially, our heroine, Lily Bard, revisits her hometown in order to particip...
Once more Ms Harris gives us an interesting mystery. Lily has to leave Shakespeare for her sister's wedding. going back to her hometown is not something Lily is looking forward to. Everyone there knows about THAT day and she doesn't want to face the pity but this is her sister's wedding. When s...
Don't be misled by the title, "Shakespeare's Christmas" is is not a "Christmas Special" where we get to see the people of the small town of Shakespeare acting as if they were in a remake of "It's A Wonderful Life". It is the darkest, and I think the best, book in the series so far. It's set before, ...
I'm dropping this series because of two reasons: first the lack of mystery/suspense, second Lily Bard. - There's way too much descriptions and telling what Lily is going to do from Monday to Sunday. It's always the same routine anyway. Than she will eventually find a dead body, speculate while worki...
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