A Christmas Return: A Novel

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‘T is the season of providing– and with this terrific book, New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry shares a new vacation secret filled with concealed tricks and bygone relationships.

As Charlotte Pitt’s granny Mariah Ellison discovers herself examining a long-unsolved slaying, it ends up being clear that coming to grips with intrigue and nasty play runs in the household. A joyful Christmas bundle left on Mariah’s doorstep includes a threatening present, stimulating memories of a twenty-year-old murder that shattered her relationship with the victim’s widow. The present is a bitter tip of that awful time, in the spirit of the season Mariah takes a trip to Surrey in hopes of fixing up with her separated good friend and fixing the criminal activity that owned them apart.

On arrival, Mariah signs up with forces with the killed guy’s grand son, a sleuth in his own right who’s found appealing proof along with a suspect. Surrey’s attractive hills hide dark behaviors and stunning discoveries that might make the vacation anything however calm and brilliant.

Decked with intrigue and cut with yuletide spirit, A Christmas Return is a vacation reward covered in the remarkable storytelling skills of Victorian secret’s ruling master.

Praise for the Christmas Novels of Anne Pery

“Perry’s Victorian-era vacation secrets [are] a yearly reward.” The Wall Street Journal

A Christmas Message

“[Perry’s] characters have that epic quality that penetrated numerous timeless movies from the golden era of movie theater.” BookPage

A Christmas Escape

“Rivals the timeless murder secrets of Dame Agatha Christie … The thriller is developed so well.” Bookreporter

A New York Christmas

“A completely pleasurable secret set versus the terrific historic background of 1904 New York City at Christmastime.”— Library Journal(starred evaluation)

A Christmas Hope

“Very much advised … a terrific story.”— Historical Novel Review

A Christmas Garland

“In Anne Perry’s talented hands, the puzzle plays out remarkably.”— Greensboro News & Record