Christmas tale that's holly, jolly--and deadly, by golly...
At home alone for the holidays, Agatha Raisin decides to host a
dinner party for the elder residents in her Cotswold village of
Winter Parva. Agatha's never been much of a homemaker, but she's
dead-set on making this the perfect holiday for the "crumblies," as
she affectionately calls them. She's decorated a tree while fending
off her cats Hodge and Boswell, and even made a (lumpy) Christmas
pudding in between swigs of rum. But when Agatha dumps the pudding
on the head of the local self-proclaimed lothario--an eighty-five
year old with a beer belly and fingers like sausages--his death by
dessert proves more than a trifle as mysteries mount higher than
the season's snowfall. So much for trying to do good by her
neighbors. Now Agatha needs no less than a Christmas miracle to get
herself out of this one...
Deck the halls with boughs of folly this Christmas with Agatha
Raisin, a modern-day Miss Marple, who "Publishers Weekly "calls "an
absolute gem "
St Martin's Press
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