A Murder Yule Regret (A Bread Shop Mystery) by Winnie Archer


A Murder Yule Regret (A Bread Shop Mystery)
by Winnie Archer

All I can say is you need to pick this Festive Cozy Mystery up, especially if you enjoy culinary cozies. A definite winner with a recipe for a Yule Log at the end. I can’t wait to see what is next for Ivy Culpepper.
~Carla Loves To Read

A Murder Yule Regret gave this reader hours of pleasant page-turning. I love this series.
~My Reading Journey

Filled with bright and shining stars and mouthwatering carbs A MURDER YULE REGRET makes for a perfect holiday read.
~Cozy Up With Kathy

I wasn’t sure who to believe did the crime (or crimes) and how the motive would be determined. Could there be more than one killer? A copycat or crime of opportunity? Never a dull moment and always a new twist. The pace is quick, the mystery complicated and the characters well developed. Excellent book in a wonderful series
~Laura’s Interests

There were PLENTY of red herrings in the story and it wasn’t until close to the end of the book that I put two and two together. I like the kind of mystery where I can’t solve it too easily. It makes it more fun!
~Valerie’s Musings

A fun Christmas cozy mystery. Ivy is hired as the photographer for a famous actress’s holiday party while the bread shop is also catering quite a bit of food. With a dress-up theme to match Dickens’s playthings are quote fun until a dead body is found. This throws it all off track and of course, Ivy has to look into things. We get lots of clues to follow while also getting into the holiday spirit making for quite the fun read that cozy fans are sure to love. A highly recommended read. I totally loved it so I give it 5/5 stars
~Books a Plenty Book Reviews

The holiday theme makes this installment in the series extra fun in a series that is always better than the last book. I suggest reading the series from the beginning, just to get the whole story because you will really want to know the whole story. However, if this series is new to you, this book reads well as a standalone.
~I Read What You Write

I really enjoyed the holiday theme, and it was a little different than some holiday mysteries. Ivy is a very likable character and even though I have only read a few books in the series, seems to develop more and more as the series goes on. The other characters in the book add to the charm. The setting is great. There were many twists and turns in this one that kept me guessing and turning the pages. I was totally surprised by the reveal and enjoyed the lead-up to it. I look forward to more in this series.
~Melina’s Book Blog

About A Murder Yule Regret


A Murder Yule Regret (A Bread Shop Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
7th in Series
Publisher ‏ : ‎ Kensington Cozies (November 30, 2021)
Mass Market Paperback ‏ : ‎ 304 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 149673355X
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1496733559
Digital ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08Y69YZKB

Freelance photographer and Yeast of Eden bakery assistant Ivy Culpepper has just scored the job of a lifetime shooting the Dickensian dress-up X-mas party thrown by It Girl film actress Eliza Fox . . . until an unwanted guest appears.

 

A holiday costume party in the sleepy coastal town of Santa Sofia could be just the boost Ivy needs for her fledgling photography business. At the party, Ivy enters a Victorian fantasy come to life, all courtesy of the fabulous Ms. Fox. Ivy gets to play shutterbug while hanging with Scrooge, Marley, the Cratchits, and more classic Dickens characters. But what begins as the best of times turns out to be the very worst for one of the party guests—a tabloid journalist with more enemies than Ebenezer himself.

 

When the man’s body is found sprawled across the jagged rocks below the house, the fingers begin pointing at Eliza. Meanwhile, Ivy gets roped into helping prove the starlet’s innocence. Her festive photos are now official evidence—and the Ghosts of Christmas Present could mean the party for Eliza is over, once and for all.ance photographer and Yeast of Eden bakery assistant Ivy Culpepper has just scored the job of a lifetime shooting the Dickensian dress-up X-mas party thrown by It Girl film actress Eliza Fox . . . until an unwanted guest appears.

 

A holiday costume party in the sleepy coastal town of Santa Sofia could be just the boost Ivy needs for her fledgling photography business. At the party, Ivy enters a Victorian fantasy come to life, all courtesy of the fabulous Ms. Fox. Ivy gets to play shutterbug while hanging with Scrooge, Marley, the Cratchits, and more classic Dickens characters. But what begins as the best of times turns out to be the very worst for one of the party guests—a tabloid journalist with more enemies than Ebenezer himself.

 

When the man’s body is found sprawled across the jagged rocks below the house, the fingers begin pointing at Eliza. Meanwhile, Ivy gets roped into helping prove the starlet’s innocence. Her festive photos are now official evidence—and the Ghosts of Christmas Present could mean the party for Eliza is over, once and for all.

 

About Winnie Archer

Winnie Archer is the nationally bestselling author of the Bread Shop Mystery series, and the Magical Dressmaking Mystery series written as Melissa Bourbon. A former middle school English teacher, lives in North Carolina with her educator husband, Carlos, and the youngest of their five children. She can be found online at MelissaBourbon.com.

Author Links 

Kensington: https://www.kensingtonbooks.com/9781496724410/dough-or-die/

Website:   https://melissabourbon.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MelissaBourbonWinnieArcherBooks

Purchase Links – Amazon  – B&NKoboIndieBound

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