Bridgette Casseldhorf is a rookie detective working her first murder case. The circumstances surrounding the murder of a young woman lead Bridgette to believe it's the work of a serial killer, but nobody is listening. Convinced the killer will strike again shortly, can she stop him before he kills again?
And a killer. Living in Honey Hollow can be murder.
A laugh out loud standalone cozy mystery by New York Times Bestseller Addison Moore*
All books in the series can be read individually but are best enjoyed in order. ***Includes RECIPE***
My name is Lottie Lemon, and I see dead people. Okay, so I rarely see dead people, mostly I see furry creatures of the dearly departed variety, aka dead pets, who have come back from the other side to warn me of their previous owner’s impending doom.
The holidays have arrived, and the Jolly Holly Tree Lot is hosting a special event that has pets and people alike bustling to get a picture with the jolly old elf himself. My sweet cats are just as anxious as I am to get to the front of the line, but that body I stumble upon threatens to take the joy right out of the season.
Lottie Lemon has a brand new bakery to tend to, a budding romance with perhaps one too many suitors, and she has the supernatural ability to see dead pets—which are always harbingers for ominous things to come. Throw in the occasional ghost of the human variety, a string of murders, and her insatiable thirst for justice, and you’ll have more chaos than you know what to do with.
Living in the small town of Honey Hollow can be murder.
Police officer, John Tyson, has disappeared on a remote mountain range and Detective Bridgette Cash has been sent to investigate. Hampered by local police as she tries to discover the truth, Bridgette becomes the target of a syndicate as she uncovers secrets about the nearby town of Sanbury. Racing against the clock, a town that refuses to help, and a huge snowstorm, can Bridgette find the answers before it's too late?