Shakespeare's Christmas

Shakespeare's Christmas

Book - 1998
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Charlaine Harris's unique spin on the traditional 'cozy has garnered high praise and dedicated fans for her first two books set in Shakespeare, Arkansas. Harris has added a touch of noir to this typical charming Southern town and given a dark past to her heroine, cleaning woman and karate expert Lily Bard. The series debut, Shakespeare's Landlord, was named one of the top ten mysteries of 1996 by Mostly Murder, and Seventeen said of Shakespeare's Champion",We love the heroine of this compelling mystery.... Lily is too cool".In Shakespeare's Christmas, Lily goes home -- always an uncomfortable scenario for the introverted Lily -- for her sister's Christmas wedding. A four-year-old unsolved kidnapping resurfaces to push Lily to act once again as amateur sleuth to protect her sister -- whose new husband is the widowed father of a girl bearing a remarkable resemblance to the vanished child.
Publisher: New York St. Martin's Press, 1998
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312193300
0312193300
Branch Call Number: FIC/HAR 4565fi 1

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Aug 14, 2012

I really enjoyed this book! The mystery was interesting and Lily is a very endearing character. It was fun to see what her family is like.

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