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The Christmas Caper

by Christopher Bunn

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We generally don't think of Santa as being a criminal (even in the loosest sense of the word), but this story takes us down a different path as opposed to the sweet stories that we are typically told. Complete with fast sleds and an awesome Camaro, Santa has it all in this story. ( )
  sealford | Jan 2, 2012 |
Have you ever wondered how Santa can carry all those toys in one sack? Well, turns out it's a magic sack that will give you anything you want. Unfortunately, Santa has run afoul of the mob and they have stolen his sack and sleigh. Now it is up to him and his elves to save not only Christmas but the world.

The Christmas Caper is a cute story full of good humour if not good will - a nice fun read for those who are tired of all the saccharin sweet stories and romances offered up at this time of year. ( )
  lostinalibrary | Dec 24, 2011 |
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The last stop of the night in Manhattan, that's when it happened. Before Santa can say "Donder and Blitzen, and what are the rest of their names?" he's in deep eggnog with the police, the Mafia, and, of course, the elves. An angry elf is nobody to trifle with. Particularly if he's been drinking espresso all night. This Christmas story, clocking in at a little over 6,000 words, should put to rest… (more)

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