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    Stay away from the mincemeat pie

    ‘Real life is never like the movies. It seems far too often, the bad guys win” In this, the fourth book in the Firefly Junction series, Sunni Taylor, intrepid reporter and owner of the partially renovated Cider Ridge Inn, is assigned to cover the town Christmas play: A Christmas Carol, basically writing a piece focusing on the local performers donating their time, money and talent to support the local Christmas Faire. All of this adds to the stress of Sunni’s mother being back for the holidays, something she’s really not sure she wants to celebrate although her sisters have gotten into the spirit of the season full force. Sunni’s new “beau”-Brady Jackson is also around to add a bit of spice....until date night becomes more than either of them bargained on. When the star of the play is killed during the performance, Brady and Sunni work together to find out why, and who did it. The maze of missing and additional information needs to be sorted and since the police are short-handed, Sunni’s skills at organizing may just be what they may need to find the killer. London Lovett is a great writer with a solid reputation as a cosy mystery writer. Although set during the holidays, this story doesn’t depend on the holidays as anything more than its setting...it can be read anytime of the year. Highly recommended 5/5 [disclaimer:as part of a holiday giveaway, I won this book from the author as well as a box of Christmas themed surprises. In no way did that influence my review of this book]

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