One of our mystery - loving customers introduced us to the charming Rex Graves - a Scottish barrister and amateur detective with a penchant for Latin quotations and sudoku puzzles - and we liked him so much, we wanted to pass on the recommendation to you! Though set in contemporary times, Christmas Is Murder (the debut to the series) has a classic setup: Guests spending the Christmas holiday in a secluded Victorian B&B in East Sussex find themselves stranded by a blizzard - and then the bodies start piling up. (We suggest reading this one under a warm blanket by the Christmas tree, with a glass of eggnog nearby.) In Murder in the Raw the keen sleuth unexpectedly finds himself solving a murder at a nudist resort in the Caribbean; Phi Beta Murder sends Graves across the pond to solve a crime at the Florida university his son attends; in Murder on the Moor, he finds himself under the same roof as a serial killer while on vacation at a Scottish lodge; and, in Murder of the Bride, Graves is on the case as the wedding party members of an unlikely union start dropping like flies. And in the latest installment, Murder at Midnight, Graves must determine why his own New Year's Eve party is riddled with dead bodies and talk of a long-lost Jacobite treasure. With clever plots, colorful characters, and an ample dose of humor, these delightful whodunits are sure to delight fans of classic cozies!