Digging Up Trouble: The Leafy Hollow Mysteries, Book 2

· The Leafy Hollow Mysteries Book 2 · Barkley Books
9 reviews

About this ebook

A mysterious casket. A rising body count. A new mystery has bloomed…

Verity Hawkes misses her recluse lifestyle, but she’s finally starting to settle in as Leafy Hollow’s resident landscaper. At least until a village-wide cupcake battle helps turn one new visitor from a skeptic to a corpse in record time. When her friend’s crush shockingly confesses to the crime, Verity is once again asked to investigate…

Potential clues come in as fast as the suspects: a documentary film director, a wacky artist, and a feral-cat enthusiast, to name a few. It turns out everyone in town has skeletons in their closet… even her new friends. If Verity doesn’t find out the truth soon, then the next local legend buried in the ground… could be her. 

Digging Up Trouble is the charming second installment in a series of witty cozy mysteries. If you like puzzling whodunits, eccentric characters, and countless laugh-out-loud moments, then you’ll love Rickie Blair’s Leafy Hollow series. 

Buy the book today to dig into a new, fun-filled mystery!  

Ratings and reviews

9 reviews
Janice Tangen
April 12, 2020
situational-humor, verbal-humor, friendship, cosy-mystery, murder-investigation, law-enforcement, amateur-sleuth, Canada I loved it! Verity is a young widow with a lot of emotional baggage and has been transplanted from the West Coast of Canada to the Falls area near the US border. She has a house that has some strange secrets, a missing aunt, a few good friends, and a strong tendency to snoop/sleuth. I think it's a great story and there's some real laughs, too! In the 3 years since I read the first book in the series I have had more vision issues and can do best with books that TTS (dear robot reader) or audiobooks. That being said, I think that Petrea Burchard is excellent! Great separation of characters who really are and interpretation of their feelings.
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Jim Sandeno
September 28, 2019
I enjoyed this book very much. Pleasant and well balanced. Like a good home cooked meal.
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About the author

When not hunched over the computer conversing with people who exist only in her head, Rickie Blair spends her time taming an unruly half-acre garden and an irrepressible Jack Chi. She also shares her southern Ontario home with three rescue cats and an overactive Netflix account. 

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