A NEW CHRISTMAS SHORT STORY from the author of bestselling murder mystery Death & Croissants – the most hilarious murder mystery since Richard Osman’s The Thursday Murder Club
Richard Ainsworth is preparing for the Christmas of his dreams: quiet, no guests at his French B&B and his favourite films on the TV. None of which seems on the cards when his rural peace is shattered by the unexpected arrival of a familiar face.
Valérie d’Orçay has hotfooted it from Paris with her chihuahua in tow and an invitation to a Christmas themed murder mystery game. Richard begrudgingly dresses up as Father Christmas, but the costume becomes the least of his worries when he realises this isn’t a game to everyone.
As other guests arrive to join the hunt, can Richard work out who is the victim – and who is murderer?
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