Yule Log Murder by Leslie Meier

Yule Log Murder

Fresh-baked cookies, pies, and cakes can warm even the frostiest Christmases in coastal Maine. But there's little room for holiday cheer when murder is the new seasonal tradition . . . YULE LOG MURDER by LESLIE MEIER Lucy Stone is thrilled to be cast as extra in a festive period film--until the set becomes a murder scene decorated in blood and buttercream icing. Returning to her role as sleuth, Lucy dashes to restore peace to Tinker's Cove, unwr...

Details Yule Log Murder

TitleYule Log Murder
Release DateOct 30th, 2018
PublisherKensington Publishing Corporation
GenreHoliday, Christmas, Mystery, Cozy Mystery

Reviews Yule Log Murder

  • Lisa Morin
    What a pleasure it was to spend time with some of my favorite friends in Yule Log Murder.Each story was well told and had plenty of excitement and holiday cheer.I don't want to choose a favorite story as each of these authors are on my top 10 favorite list.Lucy Stone has been a long time favorite character and I never tire of reading about her and the family.Lucy gets involved in another murder investigation and at the same time is dealing with s...
  • K.A. Davis
    YULE LOG MURDER is a collection of three cozy mystery novellas by Leslie Meier, Lee Hollis, and Barbara Ross. With the holiday season often hectic, it’s nice to sit down and relax with a story that captures the Christmas spirit. I greatly appreciate that each novella can be read as a standalone and aren’t so long that I can’t get to the myriad of activities and chores that get scheduled for this time of year. Each of the stories are set in ...
  • Jason
    Due out in October, this trio of Maine set mysteries are perfect for a chilly night. Curl up with a cup of your favorite cocoa and snuggle in for the evening, for this holiday treat. Meier's story bring a touch of Hollywood and murder to Maine; Hollis' story decorates family drama with murder; and Ross' (my favorite) story combines baking with murder (or does it?). Three great writers, three great stories. A perfect holiday treat!
  • Miss W Book Reviews
    I loved this book of 3 cozy stories from 3 different authors. I really love that they are set in Maine, because I live in Maine and the descriptions are so accurate. All three cozies included food elements (YUM)!, Christmas and Maine, did I mention Maine?Enjoy the season with these stories that will warm your heart.
  • Lorraine
    Thanks to NetGalley for an advance copy of this set of cozy mysteries.The first short novel is a Lucy Stone story. A movie is being made in Tinker's Cove and Lucy is an extra. One of the catering staff is murdered and the main cook is a suspect. Lucy and her friend Sue get talked into doing the catering for the movie staff, even though Lucy has a house full of guests (her son and his wife and son). When the murdered is discovered, he agrees to ac...
  • Piepie
    Thank you, Netgalley, for this arc!You don't have to read these authors' respective series in order to enjoy these short stories ... they are fun, quick reads with some definite surprises along the way. You are in good hands with these authors and their sleuthing protagonists as they transport you to Christmas in Maine. I'm looking forward to their Halloween collection!
  • Bin
    Combining three great cozy mystery authors together for a holiday feast of murder and Christmas cheer is a great way to get into a suspenseful holiday mood. These short themed stories are sure to delight the fans of theae three authors as well as garner a slew of new cozy mystery buffs.
  • Leanne
    For some reason, I didn't realize this was a collection but I enjoyed all of the stories. It was a good day for a holiday themed, sweet, cozy mystery with plenty of whodunit and laughs along the way.
  • Cara
    Thank you Netgalley for allowing me to read and review Yule Log Murder. I truly enjoyed these short holiday mysteries by Leslie Meier, Lee Hollis, and Barbara Ross. It's nice to read some of your favorite authors and to be introduced to ones you have never read before. I am a huge Lucy Stone fan and enjoyed the titled piece Yule Log Murder. Once again she was at the wrong place at the wrong time, but thankfully she figured out who was left with c...
  • Brenda
    I usually read Leslie Meier's book, but it was nice to read a couple of short stories by other authors. I really enjoyed all three stories! I look forward to reading more by Lee and Barbara. The stories were all quick reads with interesting plots. I wanted to know how they ended. The plots moved along at a great pace and kept me interested and wanting more!
  • Gardener0126
    This is actually a collection of three Christmas themed novellas, each Involving a Christmas dessert known as a Yule log. I have read and enjoyed most, if not all of Leslie Meijer’s Lucy Stone series but this particular story just didn’t grab me. Lucy seems to be a little out of character in this one. Her overly negative attitude toward her son and especially her daughter in law seemed unlike her, although I suppose you could argue that it ma...