Henry Hoffman’s On a Midnight Clear

I received this book for the purpose of a fair and honest review.

Overview: Adam Fraley just wants to meet up with a friend for the holidays. But, getting lost on Christmas Eve was not part of the plan. Neither was finding a young girl alone at a cabin. Why is she alone? And has Adam stepped into a mess bigger than he can handle?

Story Telling: This is a mystery novella set during the happiest time of the year.

Likes: This was a first in many cases. The mystery wasn’t so much focused on murder as it was a different case. And Mr. Hoffman’s beliefs on adoption were a relief.

Adam has a strong sense of duty. And Noelle’s mother has a good idea about Christmas.

Favorite Character: It’s a toss up between Adam Fraley and Tamra Fugit.

Favorite Quote: Here you go. “It doesn’t have any name on it. My mom says you should always keep a spare present in case someone shows up that you weren’t expecting.”

Conclusion: This was a terrific story. Though this story might be better considered a side dish, rather than a main meal. Enjoy it when you have a few minutes this Christmas Season.


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