Killer in a Winter Wonderland
A Rosalie Hart Mystery
by Wendy Sand Eckel
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Pub Date 14 Nov 2023 | Archive Date 01 Dec 2023
Level Best Books, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles
In Killer in a Winter Wonderland, the much-anticipated holiday-themed fourth book in the Rosalie Hart Cozy Mystery Series, Wendy Sand Eckel once again brings the fictional town of Cardigan, Maryland to life and delights with suspense, humor, and mouth-watering menus.
Holidays are fickle things — often good, but sometimes not so good. It’s December in the quirky town of Cardigan, and Rosalie Hart has been thrown several curve balls. For one, her ex-husband has booked a semester break vacation to Dubai with their only daughter, Annie, leaving Rosalie alone for Christmas. And following a renovation, Rosalie’s restaurant, the Day Lily Café, is open for business with an expanded dining room and a chef with an inflated ego. To make matters worse, when her head waiter and best friend Glenn Breckinridge is concerned about a neighbor who hadn’t returned home, they learn he had been murdered while riding his bike on River Road.
In the midst of the holiday hustle and bustle, Rosalie and Glenn pair up once again to uncover who killed Bill Rutherford on that raw wintry night.
With delectable menus, high stakes sleuthing, and the rich atmospheric scenes only the holiday season can provide, Killer in a Winter Wonderland is a cornucopia of delicious fare, compelling new and returning characters, and a fast-paced tale that will keep one riveted to the last page.
A Note From the Publisher
Killer in a Winter Wonderland, the 4th Rosalie Hart mystery shows readers a Rosalie we would love to meet over a signature holiday coffee. But rest assured she would soon have us telling her our personal story. One of the great pleasures in this compelling novel is Rosalie's passion for coaxing stories from friends, suspects, and bystanders alike. In fact her astute listening skills prove critical to solving the mystery as characters endearingly and terrifyingly reveal themselves.
Wendy Sand Eckel is a wonderful writer who delivers a suspenseful plot brought to vivid life by well-rounded characters who satisfyingly change and grow as the novel unfolds.
-- Susan Moger, award-winning author of Of Better Blood