A Highland Christmas

A Highland Christmas

Book - 1999
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Hamish soon finds himself looking for a missing cat belonging to a lonely spinster. Confrontational and curt, the unfriendly woman insists her pet was stolen. Looking into her eyes behind her heavily bolted door, Hamish can see her true problem--she lives in great fear...but what is she afraid of? Then some thieves make off with a Christmas tree and lights in nearby Cnothan and Hamish must investigate. As if that isn't enough on his holiday plate, Hamish's romance of the new schoolteacher is going fine, until she mentions a perfect little girl whose family abhors Christmas...and whose behavior has recently become very imperfect. Now it's up to Hamish to make things right. He has to protect an unhappy girl, unlock the secrets of a frightened old woman, and retrieve some stolen holiday goods. And he had better do it quickly, for the church bells will soon toll, and all of Lochdubh will be forced to face another dreary winter without the warm embrace a A HIGHLAND CHRISTMAS.
Publisher: New York : Mysterious Press, 1999.
ISBN: 9780892966998
0892966998
Branch Call Number: CHR/M/BEAT
Characteristics: 129p. 20cm.

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glotet
Nov 24, 2017

A quick and sweet read.

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Preeceville56
Oct 04, 2014

What a great book. It made me feel good, put a smile on my face and almost cried a few times. Hamish receives a great Christmas gift.

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MrMiyagi
Oct 03, 2014

Where is this book supposed to have been ordered from, Mars?
I placed the hold on February 14th 2014!!! It is now nearly 8 months later for a 15 year old book..

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