Christmas is Murder
Albany’s the perfect image of a winter wonderland, and Sean and Sara’s friend Jimmy is going to be Santa Claus for the upcoming Christmas parade. The trees and decorations have been sel...more
Now let the beating with limp noodles begin! Carolyn Arnold is one author who has changed my mind about cozies! I absolutely loved this story!
Sean and Sara will be celebrating their first married Christmas together. Being adopted, for Sara, Christmas is all about family. And Sean will do whatever it takes to make Sara happy.
Both are former cops and they are ser ...more
Sean and Sara McKinley, fresh from their honeymoon in Europe, is looking forward to sharing their first Christmas as a married couple. Then their neighbours, whom they never had time to, know on a deeper level, died in a house ...more
A McKinley Murder-Mystery short and sweet cozy mystery by the illustrious Carolyn Arnold, sees Sean and Sara McKinley enjoying a shopping trip, during which they meet their new next door neighbors by chance.
What they find on their return home, is both shocking and potentially criminal - so Sara believes.
What's the significance of the gold starburst Christmas bauble?
Carolyn Arnold really knows how to create a heart-warming cozy mystery, that has eno ...more
It's Christmas, their first married Christmas. Sara and Sean are choosing their Christmas tree together with her adoptive parents. Sara is the happiest woman in the world: she has a man who loves her and loves him, two splendid adoptive parents who love her as if she were their real daughter, the home of her dreams and lots of money. But a bad fire ruins this wonderful Christmas atmosphere.
The plot kept me on edge from start ...more
This was kind of dull. You really don’t care what started the fire and the characters aren’t that interesting. This basically follows the same dull formula as previous stories. Different scenario, same dry plot.
It's really Christmas time in Albany, New York, with snow flakes falling. Sara and Sean McKinley are looking forward to their first Christmas since they married. They and Jeannie and Leon, her adoptive parents, have just picked out their Christmas trees to decorate their homes. Before leaving the tree farm, they meet Maggie and Elbert Wilson who are neighbors to Sara and Sean they have yet to know. That is because Sara and Sean have been on an extensive ...more
Our suitably seasonal tale gives Arnold the opportunity to ...more