Review; Death by Eggnog (Bookstore Cafe Mystery #5) by Alex Erickson

As part of both the Cloak and Dagger Mystery Challenge and Foodies Read Challenge, I ended up reading the cosy mystery Death by Eggnog (Bookstore Cafe Mystery #5) by Alex Erickson. Today I'll post the review.

Description from Goodreads
Krissy Hancock is staying in her adopted hometown of Pine Hills, Ohio, for Christmas this year--and she even has a whole week off from her combination bookstore-cafe. But a killer is about to dampen her spirits . . .

Unfortunately, Krissy's been roped into filling in for a sick elf in the local holiday musical extravaganza. With a demanding director, backstage gossip, and two men in fierce competition for the starring role, it isn't all sweetness and Christmas lights. Then a murder puts a stop to the production, and Krissy is faced with a pageant of suspects.

Could her ex-boyfriend, a fellow elf, really be the culprit as the police are claiming? Or will the actor playing Santa be trading his red suit for an orange jumpsuit? When her behind-the-scenes investigation starts getting dangerous, the only thing Krissy really wants is to make it to Christmas dinner alive. But first she'll have to finish wrapping up this case . . .

My Thoughts On The Book
Death by Eggnog was a fun and entertaining cosy mystery and it really made me wish we had a combination bookstore-cafe in my area of Norway. It also makes one get a bit into the Christmas spirit.

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