Celebration Bay is full of yuletide cheer but it’s hard to remain festive when someone’s out to slay Santa. It’s Liv Montgomery’s first Christmas out of Manhattan and in Celebration Bay. They’ve got a tree to rival Rockefeller Center’s, but this year’s holidays are turning out to be a... show more
Celebration Bay is full of yuletide cheer but it’s hard to remain festive when someone’s out to slay Santa. It’s Liv Montgomery’s first Christmas out of Manhattan and in Celebration Bay. They’ve got a tree to rival Rockefeller Center’s, but this year’s holidays are turning out to be a disaster. As the small town’s event planner, Liv wants everything to be perfect. Unfortunately, the local Christmas shop has been replaced by the gaudy Trim a Treecomplete with tacky ornaments and a new replacement Santa who isn’t spreading any cheer. At the town’s annual Celebration of Lights, Trim a Tree is the only shop left unlit. Liv, furious, goes to investigate, and discovers something even less festivethe store’s new Santa has been murdered. Small-town gossip begins to stir, and Liv must clear the name of the previous town Santa just in the nick of time before the real killer ruins Christmas.
Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Celebration Bay Mystery (#2)
Dollycas’s ThoughtsI so enjoyed reading this snowy mystery while the temps outside were heading to the 80′s.Celebration Bay sound like a fun place to live or just visit. The way the residents pull together to host all these different celebrations sounds like a lot of work but they sure sound like a ...
This is the first I've read in this series and it was an enjoyable holiday tale. Sometimes books set during Christmas can be tedious, but this one did a good enough job with the seasonal parts and the mystery. I think Celebration Bay might be a fun place to visit during one of their many different...
I probably should have saved this book to read closer to Christmas, as it takes place smack in the middle of the Christmas holidays. But since Christmas here Down Under falls in the middle of the summer, it's not quite the same, and the book called to me from my Hill o' TBR. First, the setting. ...