Mistletoe and Deadly Kisses

Mistletoe and Deadly Kisses


, romance, mystery, 2020, Mystery

A murdered heartbreaker. A trail of broken hearts. A small town florist eager to find true love and a killer on the loose.

When Tracy and her colleagues set up a challenge to raise money for a good cause, the town of Fern Grove is happy to offer their support. They never expected that it would attract the attention of some crooked characters.

When one such character, a shameless heartbreaker, is found dead, it seems the town is happy to turn a blind eye .

Tracy feels a sense of responsibility and pity towards the family of the deceased. But who killed them?

Should a person’s past determine if they’re given a fair trial in the court of public opinion?

Was his murder accidental or a calculated undertaking?

Christmas is the season of sharing and caring but did the deceased share a kiss that turned deadly?

With Christmas just around the corner…

And a murder investigation growing cold…

Will Tracy’s curiosity help to find the killer and possibly love, under the mistletoe?

If you want to enjoy a light-hearted read, with an amateur female sleuth and a gripping murder mystery with a touch of romance, then you'll love Tracy Adams and all the friendly and not-so-friendly characters in Fern Grove.

No cliffhanger, swearing or graphic scenes!

Buy Mistletoe and Deadly Kisses to discover how events unfold in this cozy murder mystery.

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    Mistletoe and Deadly Kisses Reviews

  • Betty

    Abby has another great read. The story portrayed sadness, happiness, romance and laughter. What an excellent way to represent the homeless and the positive direction the town came together to help the...

  • Merry Chapman

    A fun series with the main characters you just feel you could be friends with. Tracy, Aunt Rose and Tiffany work at Aunt Rose's Florist business. When Tracy is approached by a homeless man, it shook h...

  • Krystyna

    Okay the mystery ends so, so but the rest is greatThe ending to the mystery of who killed the man was so, so. In fact it felt flat. However the rest of the read was great. The interrelationships betwe...

  • Kathleen

    I was in the mood for a light Christmas mystery. When I was offered a copy of this book, I couldn’t pass it up. I was lucky enough to be given an audible copy. I listened to it over two days of walk...

  • Joan Dieter

    Love the characters. Tracy is a great sleuth with a go getup attitude! Loved the Kissing tree! Great way to to earn money in a fun way to help others! This story not only gave us a good mystery,but al...

  • Catherine Stratman

    Another fun read!This series just keeps getting better! The town has come together to try to address the homeless situation and find shelter for those in need during the Christmas holidays. Tracy and ...

  • David Berg

    I received a free advance review copy of this book and am voluntarily providing my honest review. Another great "In Season" book. Tracy is just minding her own business and gets involved in solving an...

  • LaRee Sutherland

    Helping the communityLoved the line: no cliffhanger, no swearing, no graphic scenes. That draws me in immediately. A florist shop creates a unique and popular fund raiser for Fern Grove. It involves t...

  • Holly

    Book 4 in the Fern Grove series by Abby Reede is a nice addition! It is December and Tracy, Aunt Rose, and the other store owners are getting ready for Christmas. They all decide to help homeless peop...

  • Roger

    Mistletoe and Deadly Kisses (Fern Grove #4), my second read from author Abby Reede. Well-written & enjoyable. Another cute, clean cozy mystery with well-developed characters and detailed settings. I l...