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Christmas is Murder
Christmas is Murder

By: C.S. Challinor
Series: A Rex Graves Mystery #1
Imprint: Midnight Ink
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738713595
English  |  216 pages | 5 x 8 x 1 IN
Pub Date: September 2008
Price: $13.95 US,  $15.95 CAN
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Christmas is Murder is a most enjoyable first mystery in what promises to be a fantastic series. Challinor writes with wit and cheek, and with Rex Graves she has created a thoroughly charming sleuth.”

—Rick Miller, author of Bigger Than Jesus and host of ABC’s primetime hit series “Just for Laughs”

"C.S. Challinor has crafted a delectable murder mystery set in an old English manor turned hotel. Christmas is Murder has all the charm and ambience of a classic Agatha Christie novel. This is mystery at its very best! Challinor is an author to watch. I’ll be anxiously awaiting her next book!"

—Nancy Mehl, author of The Ivy Towers Mystery Series




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