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  • Exciting, suspenseful and fun cozy mystery

    This series keeps getting better. This book is the best one yet. Verity is called by a frantic friend to prove her goat didn't 'murder' the serviceman at her neighbour's home. A hilarious start to a book that has an excellent mystery, lots of drama and great characters. Verity's Aunt is back to her 'secret' role as an agent of Control. Together they work to find the clues and prove who the killer is. The complexity of the mysteries develop well through the book increasing the suspense. I couldn't put it down. As always, I can hardly wait for the next book.

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  • A hilarious cozy

    Hilarious! I know murder shouldn't be something to laugh about, but when a cranky goat is involved.. well you can't help but laugh. This series is a laugh out loud set of mystery books. The series gets even better with each book.

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  • The goat did it?

    Canada, situational-humor, verbal-humor, law-enforcement, amateur-sleuth, small-business, small-town, cosy-mystery***** Verity Hawkes lives in a village in Canada, has an inherited small landscaping business, a fiance who is a police detective, an interesting aunt who may or may not still work for a corporate espionage agency, and a burgeoning talent for sleuthing. She also has a friend whose goat is accused of murdering the owner of the local septic removal driver by butting him into an empty septic tank (which would have been amazing considering the narrow opening). The plot keeps getting more convoluted and funnier at the same time! I loved it! I think it could stand alone, but it would make me want to read any I'd missed just for the fun of it! I won an ebook copy in a giveaway!

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  • Great series

    Great read - cosy mystery with a surprise spy twist.

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  • Waffles The Goat Is Accused of Murder

    Verity must same the day when Waffles the goat is accused of murder. This episode of the Leafy Hollow Mysteries has Verity questioning her on abilities as an investigator. This plot has many moving parts and lots of twists. From street racing to priest holes, mayoral campaigns, and garbage women, this story has an endless list of strange goings-on and interesting stuff. These stories just keep getting better. I received this ARC book for free from the author and this is my honest review.

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