In the Library: Murder on the First Day of Christmas

Murder on the First Day of Christmas, Billie Thomas, 2012, Annie Acorn Publishing.

“It’s beginning to look a lot like murder.

“Finding a severed hand at a client’s house might throw lesser decorators off their games.  But Chloe Carstairs and her mother, Amanda, won’t let a little thing like murder keep them from decking the halls.  With a body under the partridge’s pear tree and a dead Santa in a sleigh, they have to crack the case before the killer strikes again — this time much too close to home.”

As its cover promises, this debut novel by Birmingham’s own Billie Thomas is a fast-paced caper filled with laugh-out-loud humor, romance, and a delightfully difficult mother-daughter relationship.  I’m already anxious for its sequel, Murder in a Two-Seater.

Buy Murder on the First Day of Christmas here, and visit Thomas’ website, www.chloegetsaclue.com.  For my profile of Thomas and more information about the book, visit Magic City Post.

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One Response to In the Library: Murder on the First Day of Christmas

  1. Cannot wait to read it! I met her today at lunch and I’m looking forward to learning more about this up and coming writer. Love the post, Buddy!

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