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    4.5 star review of Murder for Christmas (Mordecai Tremaine) by Francis Duncan Two of my favourite types of reads together Christmas and a murder mystery.   This was a great quirky read which I thoroughly enjoyed; reminding me a little of the works of Agatha Christie. When amateur detective Mordecai Tremaine arrives in Sherbroome to attend a party hosted by Benedict Grame, he has no idea what is about to happen. Throw in snow falling, mulled wine, tipsy guests, presents under a tree and the scene is set although all is not as it seems as there is an air of tension between the guests. When a body who looks like Santa Claus is found under the tree Mordecai feels he must investigate before another murder occurs. The guests are an eclectic group and the police detective, Superintendent Cannock, reminds me of Christie's Inspector Japp. Murder for Christmas kept me guessing till the end and was extremely well written. I enjoyed the storyline and really liked the characters, particularly Mordecai Tremaine.

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