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Scott Newton retires from the sheriff’s office after a fellow officer is killed. Wracked by sorrow and the need for justice, Scott grows distant from his girlfriend, aspiring crime writer, Lindsay Billings. But, when Lindsay goes missing, and Scott discovers her research on the missing person cases thought to be the work of a serial murderer known as the Christmas Killer, Scott vows to find her at all costs. Police have never found the bodies of the people who went missing many Christmases ago, and Lindsay won't become just another statistic.
Then, someone kills again in Blanchardville. Police locate a corpse atop one of seven inflatable swans on a pond, and another body in a pear tree. Scott receives odd texts from Lindsay’s phone and deduces they’re from the killer.
In order to save Lindsay, Scott agrees to meet the madman and play his game. As time runs out, Scott must learn to trust in God again, no matter what.
“On the first day of Christmas…” I love the premise of this Christmas mystery by Heidi Glick. Twelve days…Twelve murders. And an ex-police officer who is caught in the middle of it when his girlfriend comes up missing. This is a quick read that hooks you from the very beginning. Perfect for the busy holiday season.
12 Days is not your typical Christmas novella. I loved how it introduced the main character, Scott, in a prologue during his childhood. The story handles Scott’s crisis in faith beautifully as he races to catch the serial killer that may just have taken his girlfriend. You’ll find it hard not to read the entire story in one sitting, so don’t start it right before bed! Well-written, fast paced, and exciting.