Lily is looking forward to spending Christmas with Jack but first she must return to her home town, and the family she ran from, for her sister’s wedding. Before she leaves, she reads an article in the paper about unsolved crimes including a baby snatched around Thanksgiving eight years earlier. When she gets to Bartley, she’s horrified to be in the middle of a murder case once more…
Another good mystery from Charlaine Harris. I did think Lily’s family were going to be horrible when compared to her thoughts in previous books but they seemed like a nice normal family whose worst crime was caring for her. With a title like Shakespeare’s Christmas you’d expect it to be quite festive but the plot unfolds around the wedding plans instead and you would be able to read this any time of year.
Being away from home Lily spends less time working out although she does manage to squeeze in some cleaning!
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