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A Body under the Christmas Tree - Dekker Cozy Mystery Series - cover

A Body under the Christmas Tree - Dekker Cozy Mystery Series

Steve Demaree

Publisher: Steve Demaree

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Humor and mishaps abound as one retired detective calls his former partner to see if he will go with him to cut down their Christmas trees. Reluctantly, his friend agrees, and before the day is over the two of them find a dead body and end up being involved in another homicide investigation. 

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