So instead of fulfilling the vicar's duties, the Cordes are charged with solving his murder. All the while, the picturesque village is becoming increasingly and dangerously snowbound, its residents trapped as a killer remains at large.
©2006 Anne Perry; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks America
It's not bad, but it pales in comparison to the Victorian mysteries. Probably because she is used to taking her time to develop complex, fascinating characters, this shorter form just doesn't cut it.
Too short but very enjoyable. I think I have read all of Anne Perry's Christmas books. I always enjoy the narrator, Terrence Hardiman. He gives the book depth and makes you want to keep listening without stopping which is what I always do. I so enjoy listening to what happens in the little quaint villages. Anne Perry's holiday books allow you to escape for a short time and just get lost in the story. Looking forward to the next book.
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