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A bit of Christmas magic in Cornwall
A few days before Christmas 1939, Dr. Benjamin Bones is in a "Bah, humbug" sort of mood. It's the coldest winter on record, his country is at war, and his love life has run aground. But magic as well as mysteries abound in Cornwall. When Ben makes a bargain with an elfin little man, it leads him to an old woman who longs to make amends - and a chance for Ben to show that certain someone how much he cares.
Listeners who enjoyed the Dr. Benjamin Bones Mysteries, Marriage Can Be Murder and Divorce Can Be Deadly, will adore this holiday tale of love lost and love found featuring Dr. Bones and Lady Juliet.
©2016 Stephanie Abbott (P)2017 Stephanie Abbott
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5 out of 5 stars
By AAHickman on 08-03-2017

Lovely!

I won this in a giveaway on the wonderfully talented Emma Jameson's Facebook page.

I have not read the other Dr. Bone's books as of yet, and I'm sure I would have enjoyed this even more if I had. I am also even more certain I will read them in future.
This is a novella set between the second and third books in the series, with a bit of magic and mystery, and a great deal of sweetness. If you have read the series, this is a must! If you haven't, please do.
The narration by the outstanding Matthew Lloyd Davies only made my enjoyment more complete.

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4 out of 5 stars
By epotratz on 18-09-2018

An old-fashioned Christmas story

This was a mildly interesting, slow paced Christmas tale set in England during WW II. I very much enjoyed the various characters and how well Ms Jameson presented them! The narration was also superb. Well worth a listen.

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