It's Thanksgiving week so I thought I'd shine a spotlight Mrs. Claus and the Trouble with Turkeys by Liz Ireland. This book is the fourth book in the Mrs. Claus Mystery series. I had hoped to have read it by now...hopefully I'll be able to read and review before Christmas. In the meantime, enjoy this sneak peek.
At Castle Kringle, the elves are excitedly arranging their first
ever Thanksgiving day feast. April’s husband, Nick—the real Santa—has
some misgivings, since it’s tough to get ready for Christmas when
everyone is obsessed with helium balloons and pie recipes. Chaos erupts
when Gobbles, the live turkey imported for the castle feast, is
bird-napped. That crime is quickly overshadowed at a pre-Thanksgiving
potluck when Nick’s cousin, Elspeth, face-plants into her mashed
Someone poisoned Elspeth, and April believes Constable Crinkle is hauling the wrong suspect off to jail. An ominous message, written in what seems to be blood and urging April to stop investigating, only convinces her more. But who’s really to blame? Where is Gobbles the turkey? And can April solve a double helping of mystery in time for everyone to sit down to a non-deadly dinner together?