Sally Braddock’s serene lifestyle atop a mountain in Vail, Colorado, changes drastically each year when her three spoiled children and their spouses visit her – and her money – for Christmas. They live off their trust funds, which are disappearing quickly, and spend most of the holidays bickering and hitting up their mother for money.
This year, Sally makes an announcement that sends her children into a tizzy, an announcement so extreme that it pushes someone in the house to murder. The storm inside the house is matched by a raging blizzard outside, and the family finds themselves snowbound with a killer. 

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Jennifer's Review
It's a great book! Very suspenseful, exciting, and shocking. 
It's about a woman named Sally who lives in the city of Vail, and she has her sons and daughter and their wives/husband come visit for Christmas. After making a shocking announcement, one of the wives is killed. 
Later, something even more awful happens, which leaves Sally's family scared. Her daughter leaves secretly to get help, and after the police do their search, someone is arrested. Who is it? 
You have to read this exciting book. I can't just give this book 5 stars; I give it 10 stars!

Author Bio
Judy Moore writes mystery novels and thrillers, as well as lighter family fiction. She is a longtime news writer, editor, and magazine feature writer, and has a master's degree in journalism. Her fiction and nonfiction work has been published in numerous national publications, and her novels are published by BTGN publishers. Her most recent thriller, The Mother-in-Law, is a favorite with readers. She is a former tennis professional and sports writer, so her stories sometimes have a sports backdrop. Her novel "Somebody Killed the Cart Girl" is a golf mystery, and her new mystery "Murder in Vail" is set on the ski slopes of Colorado. Her recently released Christmas anthology "Christmas Interrupted," contains three novellas: "Airport Christmas," "The Holiday House Sitter," and "The Hitchhiker on Christmas Eve." An earlier novella, "Birds of Prey," and a new novelette "Football Blues" are also available on Amazon.