The Twelve Deaths of Christmas
by Marian Babson
A series of odd murders keep the guests at Maude Daneson’s rooming house on edge.
This book started out promising, following a few characters, one of which is the unrevealed killer while we also see the frightened boarders in Maude’s house. The murders are senseless and seemingly unrelated as we also see the police trying to piece everything together. With twelve murders and a lot of deception, things get a bit crazy as the story progresses
It reads quickly and there are a lot of clues, some helpful and some misleading. Not a bad mystery, but not one that really stands out to me in terms of the big reveal.