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Don’t Let It Snow in Deadwood

Deadwood Mystery, Book 10
Narrated by: Caroline Shaffer
Series: Deadwood Mysteries, Book 10
Length: 6 hrs and 18 mins

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Summary

It’s Christmas Eve, and Violet Parker has one request on her list for Santa - to make it home to her kids. Unfortunately, “home” is also the lair of her life-long nemesis, her sister Susan, aka the devil’s concubine. 

Standing in Violet’s way is Old Man Winter, who slammed the Black Hills with a show-stopping blizzard. However, a little snow isn’t going to ground her sleigh, not with family counting on her to deliver Santa’s goods. 

Trying to keep Christmas from turning into a candy cane calamity, Violet battles her demons and struggles through the chaos storming around her. Can she make it through the holiday without cracking anyone’s nut? 

“Keep your fingers crossed this whole holiday doesn’t blow up in our faces.” (Violet Parker)

©2018 Ann Charles (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing

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  • j wietstock
  • 21-07-19

Not Great

This is by far the worst book in the Deadwood series. Super boring and overly sappy with Violet and Doc. It had no funny parts, many of the usual cast was missing or had very small parts. I kept waiting for the usual storyline of slaying evil beings and it never happened. There was nothing about this book that pushes the series forward. Ann Charles should have kept this to a short story between books.

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  • Lisa Stearns
  • 03-09-19

Great series

I love the whole story that Ann writes about in the series. The narration by Caroline is amazing and easy to listen to and separates each characters voices. Looking forward to the next book!

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  • Felicia Rupe
  • 19-08-19

Love It!!!!

Ann Charles writes absolutely fabulous characters that never get old. I highly recommend all her series!

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  • Dee M.
  • 21-07-19

It's fun to spend Christmas in Deadwood

I really love the Deadwood mystery series. The plots are fresh, the characters engaging and the setting is well-defined, realistic, and fun.

This book is a little different from previous installments, though. It's not so much a mystery story as it is a family album. It's a warm holiday spent with the Deadwood crew, which serves to expand or wrap up established character relationships. If you are looking for a mystery, skip this one. But if you love Violet and her friends and family as much as I do, go ahead and enjoy.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-07-19

Shame on you Ann Charles

Any book in which a mother excusing one daughter for sleeping with her sister's boyfriend because as preventing a future divorce, is not a book I can finish. I love this series, but I can't listen to that kind of emotional abuse. It's no wonder Violet's character is extremely insecure. Shame on you Ann Charles!

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