The Ho Ho Ho Mystery

The Ho Ho Ho Mystery The festive follow up to The Third Pig Detective Agency When Father Christmas goes missing on Christmas Eve eve Mrs Christmas calls on our intrepid hero Harry Pigg to track him down What follows is a

  • Title: The Ho Ho Ho Mystery
  • Author: Bob Burke
  • ISBN: 9780007364015
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The festive follow up to The Third Pig Detective Agency.When Father Christmas goes missing on Christmas Eve eve, Mrs Christmas calls on our intrepid hero Harry Pigg to track him down.What follows is another hardboiled caper featuring fairy tale villains, plenty of red herrings, a few close shaves, a couple of punch ups and a very clever twist.Aided and abetted by his sidekThe festive follow up to The Third Pig Detective Agency.When Father Christmas goes missing on Christmas Eve eve, Mrs Christmas calls on our intrepid hero Harry Pigg to track him down.What follows is another hardboiled caper featuring fairy tale villains, plenty of red herrings, a few close shaves, a couple of punch ups and a very clever twist.Aided and abetted by his sidekicks Jack Horner and the genie from the lamp, Harry tries to save Christmas before time runs out.If only he didn t have to deal with those bloody annoying elves.

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    1. Ho Ho Ho is much like the first book of this series: a quick read with its tongue in its cheek. Again, the idea, plot and tone is very reminiscent of Jasper Fforde's Nursery Crimes series. It was just the thing for a long car ride with music on and distractions aplenty (like that bloody sat nav).Anyway, predictable and sometimes a little bit infantile, but I did enjoy it. Especially the references to Horatio Cane of the sunglasses and CSI Miami fame. (I don't watch CSI. I will confess to an addi [...]

    2. This was a surprise hit of 2014 for me. It was the first Bob Burke, Third Pig Detective Agency book I'd read and to be honest if it wasn't a book club choice I don't think I would have picked it up, after all, the protagonist was a pig! But, I loved it. The narrative style of Harry Pigg was reminiscent of 1950's noir and it was set from the first scene where we - and he - were meeting Mrs C (Christmas) who was reporting her husband was missing and possibly kidnapped and if they didn't find him i [...]

    3. Great readAnother great read from Bob Burke. Very easy read and good humor all through, will be reading his 3rd book soon. Hope he writes more.

    4. Again the pig comes to the rescue and saves Christmas for everyone.Another funny and well thought out private detective novel that made me laugh out loud and try and figure out the mystery. Harry Pig the best swine detective around, they should give him a movie. Why is it that fairy stories are not all that you thought they were. It's like entering Roger Rabbit's world.

    5. I read this when it was selected for December book club, never really expecting to enjoy it. However if you think you would like a novel about a pig private investigator, who ridicules certain American TV shows you should give it a go. Will definitely read the other books in the series.

    6. Good fun if you're willing to let a pig be a detective in the human world. So it's fantasy that pretends not to be fantasy. Quick short read.

    7. A very simple and enjoyable read with lots of quirks. It was great to see some of my favourite fairy tale characters adapted with such different personalities.

    8. I do enjoy reading books written by Bob Burke - this is one of my favourites because of the Christmas theme.

    9. Another humorous case of the Third Pig Detective Agency, this time involving the disappearance of Santa Claus two days before Christmas.

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