Babies, It’s Warm Inside, by Lia Farrell

Babies It's Warm Inside, Lia Farrell, Lyn Farquhar, Lisa Fitzsimons, Mystery, Mae December, Christmas
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ISBN: 9781941890837
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Babies, It’s Warm Inside, by Lia Farrell

It’s almost Christmas and Sheriff Ben Bradley and his wife, Mae, are expecting twins. All is quiet in Rosedale until elderly Mrs. Cooper falls off her porch. She is taken to Rosedale General and later dies. The Sheriff suspects foul play, but the Coroner disagrees, saying the cause of death was a dislodged oxygen tube. Ben refuses to give up and sends Investigator Dory Clarkson to talk with Mrs. Cooper’s neighbors. She learns Mr.s Cooper refused to vacate her small home that property dealers building large mansions in the neighborhood wanted razed. It’s a motive for a crime, but both the property dealer and the builder have cast-iron alibis. Plus nobody can figure out exactly how Mr.s Cooper was killed. The only clue is a line of bruises across her ankles.

Then a Nativity Display is stolen from the church. The carved figures are valuable, but there is no ransom demand. The whole village is focused on finding the Nativity figures, but Ben is still worried that there’s a killer in Rosedale. Pregnant Made thinks the murder and the Nativity theft are connected All the thread of the story come together at the Christmas Eve church service.

Babies, It’s Warm Inside is a side story in the Mae December Mystery series.

Lia Farrell is the pen name of the mother and daughter writing team of Lyn Farquhar and Lisa Fitzsimmons, who live in Michigan and Tennessee, respectively. Both are life-long readers who are also dog lovers. Lyn owns a Welsh corgi and Lisa has a Siberian husky. Lisa works as a Muralist and Interior Designer and Lyn is a Professor Emerita of Medical Education who has retired to write full-time.

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