The Mousse Wonderful Time of Year
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12/11/2021

Tearoom sleuth Gemma Rose is looking forward to a holiday filled with delicious Yuletide treats, time with friends and family, and maybe even a "white Christmas" in Oxford... But when she's snowed in at a country manor, she finds herself stumbling on an intriguing murder - complete with a body in the library, a house full of suspects and a trail of mysterious footprints! Luckily, the nosy Old Biddies are on hand to help, not to mention her cheeky tabby cat Muesli. Add in some carol singing, Christmas baking and flannel underwear, and Gemma's stocking is bursting at the seams. Can she solve this festive whodunnit in time to enjoy the most wonderful time of year?
(* Traditional fruit mince pie recipe included!)

This book follows British English spelling and usage.
Clean read: no graphic violence, sex, or strong language.
Genre: Christmas mystery, holiday mystery, humorous culinary cozy mysteries, cat cozy mystery series, woman sleuth, amateur sleuth, British detective mystery

OXFORD TEAROOM MYSTERIES
All-Butter ShortDead (Prequel)
A Scone To Die For (Book 1)
Tea with Milk and Murder (Book 2)
Two Down, Bun To Go (Book 3)
Till Death Do Us Tart (Book 4)
Muffins and Mourning Tea (Book 5)
Four Puddings and a Funeral (Book 6)
Another One Bites the Crust (Book 7)
Apple Strudel Alibi (Book 8)
The Dough Must Go On (Book 9)
The Mousse Wonderful Time of Year (Book 10)

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