Stone Cold Christmas Larry Bergsgaard

Hey guys today i am here with another book review

With Christmas only days away, Pelican Falls, a tiny hamlet not far from Lake Wogegon, is festooned with decorations and teeming with excitement. When Pastor Kathy Johnson rescues a runaway teenage girl, she could not have imagined waking the following morning to discover a body sprawled like a snow angel near the rear door at Grace Lutheran Church. As the blizzard passes and word of the fallen soul rages through the gossip mills at the Pelican Inn and the Curl Up & Dye, some townsfolk come to suspect Pastor Kathy may have bonked the poor fellow over the head. The local police investigation sputters to get started amid old grudges so Pastor Kathy sets about to solve the case. The runaway girl may hold the key but she has vanished. The mystery deepens when the trail leads Pastor Kathy and her friends to be held captive in a pig barn. Will Pastor Kathy be rescued or in jail by Christmas?

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Received this book for review from netgally and the publisher

This is the third book in a series and this is first book that i have read by this author however i didn’t feel like i was missing anything. This book follows the story of Kathy who is a pastor at the Grace Lutheran Church in Pelican Falls a small town in Minnesota and has her hands full deeling with friends, parishioners and townsfolk. Connie the owner of a cafe introduces Kathy to a runaway teen called Effie. She is a runnaway because her stepfather had several members of his family kidnap her. She allows Effie to stay at teh church one night because there is a storm and the shelter is gull. Kathy discovers cleavon’s body near the church the next morning and Effie runs away again.,

 

I enjoyed this however it was a slower read and i did struggle to connect with the characters at the beginning. i did love the humour throughout this even with the serious issues that are discussed throughout this

 

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