Category Archives: Christmas

Christmas in the Vicarage

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Christmas in Knavesborough # 2

Read part I II Old Helleboria was hardly lukewarm in her coffin before the next death rattled the village. – A hit-and-run driver. Right here in Knavesborough. Mother and daughter. Within the same week. Gruuuuesome! – I know it is … Continue reading

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Christmas in Knavesborough # 1

[Published as “The Deadly Sin of Avarice” in the collection “Christmas in Knavesborough“] I When the rumour of old Helleboria Everthorpe´s demise ran from mouth to mouth in Knavesborough, the knitting club didn´t hesitate for a second. Evy ran into … Continue reading

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Christmas preparations

One of our favourite Christmas traditions is the Saturday afternoon we spend with a couple of good friends, creating decorations. I was lazy this year and only produced the one to the right. It looks dirty, but that is because … Continue reading

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Published: Christmas in Knavesborough

I found it difficult to figure out when was the best time to publish my collection of Christmas stories so the other day I just went ahead and did it. No more procrastination. Christmas in Knavesborough Four Christmas crime stories … Continue reading

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Pssst!

No, my Christmas collection is NOT out yet (not officially, that is).   But if any of you want an electronic review copy (no strings attached), please let me know.

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Christmas in Knavesborough

Cover photo: Ellen Nielsen I don´t know why I seem to get all my ideas, good and otherwise, late at night, but I always do. This time my racing brain came up with the idea of a collection of Christmas … Continue reading

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