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Santa Clues (Anthology) by Martin Harry…

Santa Clues (Anthology) (1993)

by Martin Harry Greenberg (Editor), Carol-Lynn Rossel Waugh (Editor)

Other authors: Richard T. Chizmar (Contributor), Norman Partridge (Contributor)

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"He used to be Santa Claus," the store manager said. - Ho, Ho, Ho by Barbara Paul

Christmas Eve in the city. - Cold Comforts by Peter Crowler

"Deck the halls?" snarled Jane as she untied a rope of tinsel from a file cabinet and added it to the pile growing beside her reception desk. - What Bells May Ring And Whistles Safely Blow by Margaret Maron

Hummingbirds made good solicitors, Mr. Justice Owl reflected, watching one from the bench that overlooked the crowded courtroom. - No Gaol For The Budgie by Jon L. Breen

They sat on the brown-black earth, hard frozen this late in December. - Cristemasse Is Forever by Dorothy B. Hughes

The magic business turned bad. - Must Be Santa by Matthew J. Costello

Christmas was supposed to be a candy-making, turkey baking time, I thought. - The Man In The Red-Flannel Suit by Jan Grape
The guy who said April was the cruelest month must not have spent much time alone in Hollywood during the Christmas season. - Mad Dog by Dick Lochte

"I'd go, but I've got a previous committment," Scott said for the fifty-seventh time. - Never On Santa by Mark Richard Zubro

I was still thinking about the deuce of hearts when the little girl with the face of an angel yanked on my sleeve. - The Season of Giving by Richard T Chizmar and Norman Partridge

Detective Jack Buell was convinced this had to be the stupidest case he'd ever been sent on. - Full-Body Santa by Terry Beatty and Wendi Lee

Bigdaddy hadn't talked about Uncle Raymond since he heard he had died on the shrimp boat in the Gulf of Mexico. - Southern Justice by Billie Sue Mosiman

The Job Service guy looked up and said, "I just might have something for you. - The Real Thing by Christopher Fahy

She walked right by me and I knew she was up to something. - Shoplifter by Larry Segriff

The media, as usual, got it completely wrong. - A Visit From St. Nicholas by Ron Goulart

"My dear, I thought that after all these long years of living in New York City, I had finally lost my mind. - The Last Happy Time by Morris Hershman

For as long as the little delegation of high-powered Pecan City residents was in his office, Chief of Police R.M. (Boss) Napier was the very picture of the Christmas spirit - His eyes, how they twinkled! - The Night Before Christmas by Bill Crider

Christmas Eve, and the phone rings. - The Man Who Killed Santa by Douglas Borton

Krista Lafarge said, "You gotta be kidding." - Slay Belle by John Lutz
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