Tinsel Trickery

Posted 14 December 2021 by Kim in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

Tinsel TrickeryTinsel Trickery by Elle Adams
Series: Winter Witches of Holiday Haven #14
Published: 9 November 2021
Publisher: Elle Adams
Genres: cozy mystery, holiday, romance
Audience: adult
Pages: 161
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Format: eBook
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Rating: four-stars
Series Rating: five-stars

It's that time of year again! It's always Christmas in Holiday Haven, but this December is a special one. Carolyn Highcrest is preparing for her parents to visit for the inn's annual celebration… and to finally meet her boyfriend, Spencer.
But when a mysterious package thief strikes the local postal service, Carol finds herself compelled to help Spencer find the culprit. Someone seems intent on ruining the holiday fun, with presents disappearing left and right and a spate of bad luck which reminds Carol of the havoc the previous year wreaked by an out-of-control wishing box.
With scheming co-workers, bizarre guests and an old rivalry to contend with, Carol finds herself under pressure. Can she save the holidays without having to resort to opening her old wishing box again?

my review

This seemed tongue-in-cheek to the world right now! The worst possible time for the postal service to have issues could arguably be the holidays. Sound familiar?! But compound that with magical sabotage, and there you have it. This was a great cozy mystery with some great twists and turns. I love the characters, the good and the bad. And Carol’s quirky family cracks me up, reminding me of my own… minus the magical hats! And Sunbeam the owl… he just might be my favorite!

About Elle Adams

Elle Adams lives in the middle of England, where she spends most of her time reading an ever-growing mountain of books, planning her next adventure, or writing. Elle’s books are humorous mysteries with a paranormal twist and tons of magical mayhem.

She also writes urban and contemporary fantasy novels as Emma L. Adams.

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