This week I'm featuring Shady Hollow by Juneau Black. It's a really fun and quirky cozy mystery. I enjoyed it even more than I thought I would.
Reporter Vera Vixen is a relative newcomer to Shady Hollow. The fox has a nose for news, so when she catches wind that the death might be a murder, she resolves to get to the bottom of the case, no matter where it leads. As she stirs up still waters, the fox exposes more than one mystery, and discovers that additional lives are in jeopardy.
Vera finds more to this town than she ever suspected. It seems someone in the Hollow will do anything to keep her from solving the murder, and soon it will take all of Vera's cunning and quickness to crack the case.
Up in the far north, away from everything you know and dream about, lies a small village called Shady Hollow.
"What can you tell me about the incident? Do you know who poisoned you?" she asked, getting right to the point. "Who in this town would have reason to try that?"
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This does sound like it could be a lot of fun. Glad you enjoyed it.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Mark! Have a great weekend! :)Delete
I was drawn in by the name of the town...Shady Hollow sounds mystical and mysterious. Here's mine: “THE PARIS APARTMENT”ReplyDelete
It's such a cool name for a town. Happy weekend! :)Delete
Love the cover and it sounds intriguing. Happy reading! Here's my post: https://cindysbookcorner.blogspot.com/2022/03/first-line-friday-42-knox.htmlReplyDelete
Thanks, Cindy! Have a great weekend! :)Delete
Awesome 56! I want to know more about Shady Hollow! Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
It's a charming town. Happy weekend, Freda!Delete
This sounds like such a cute book!ReplyDelete
I was surprised by just how much I enjoyed it. It was so good! Happy reading! :)Delete
Is this a children's book. I can't tell from the description. Sounds like the idea would work well for children. My Friday quotesReplyDelete
It's not a children's book, though I think it would probably be okay for middle grade and up. I thought it was a fun twist on the traditional cozy mystery. Happy weekend! :)Delete
Ooh, this is very tempting, and the cover too!ReplyDelete
Mine is in French this time. With free copies available, and credits to earn an egift card:
Thanks, Emma. I wish I could read French, but I do love the cover of your book. Have a great weekend! :)Delete
This is going on my tbr asap!ReplyDelete
It's so good! I can't recommend it highly enough! Happy reading! :)Delete
Love the cover!ReplyDelete
I do too. There's just something so appealing about it. Hope you have a great weekend! :)Delete