The Worst Noel : The Juniper Junction Mystery Series: Book One
Juniper Junction, Colorado, is not some gun-slinging Wild West outpost; it's a tony resort town where people come to get away from it all. And as President of the Chamber of Commerce, it's Lilly's job to make sure that happens. But add two teenagers, a failing parent, and a deadbeat ex-husband to the mix, and it's beginning to look a lot like chaos.
And when Lilly becomes Suspect Number One in two murders, she's going to have to figure out what's going on in Juniper Junction before she becomes the next victim.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 140 x 216 x 18mm | 408g
- 13 Nov 2018
- Amy M. Reade
- Illustrations; Illustrations
Praise for The Ghosts of Peppernell Manor: "If you're a fan of ... novels by Phyllis A. Whitney, Victoria Holt, and Barbara Michaels, you're going to love The Ghosts of Peppernell Manor by Amy M. Reade." From Jane Reads.
Praise for House of the Hanging Jade: "House of the Hanging Jade is a suspenseful tale of murder and obsession, all taking place against a beautiful Hawaiian backdrop. Lush descriptions of both the scenery and the food prepared by the protagonist leave you wanting more." From The Book's the Thing
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Praise for The House on Candlewick Lane: "As in most gothic novels, the actual house on Candlewick Lane is creepy and filled with dark passages and rooms. You feel the evil emanate from the structure and from the people who live there ... I loved the rich descriptions of Edinburgh. You definitely feel like you are walking the streets next to Greer, searching for Ellie. You can feel the rain and the cold, and a couple times, I swear I could smell the scents of the local cuisine." From Colleen Chesebro, reviewer
Praise for Highland Peril: "This is escapism at its best, as it is a compelling mystery that whisks readers away to a land as beautiful as it is rich with intrigue." From Cynthia Chow, Kings River Life
Praise for Murder in Thistlecross: "Amy Reade's series has a touch of gothic suspense, always fun, and this particular entry has the extra added attraction of the old Clue board game (later a movie that was equally delightful) wherein the various suspects move around the castle and the sleuth has to figure out who killed who, how and where." From Buried Under Books