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24 Festive Tasks: Holiday Book Joker

Murder for Christmas: Tales of Seasonal Malice - David Birney, John Collier, Dorothy L. Sayers, John Standing, Margery Allingham, Stanley Ellin, Robert Culp, Marjorie Bowen, Paul Eddington, Agatha Christie, Ngaio Marsh,  Arthur Conan Doyle An English Christmas - John Julius Norwich, Various Authors

To round out the game, I'm going to use my two favorite anthologies among all the Christmas books I've listened to this month for the holiday book joker, and I'll use them for the Epiphany house blessing task (task 2), which feels appropriate for this day, and for Hogswatch task 2, as I (perhaps luckily) never had any encounters with department store Santas at all.