It’s Halloween season, and the local animal shelter’s pooch adoption manager, Missy Kingston, is excited to show off the available dogs at her town’s Halloween festival!
But when she discovers the festival’s organizer dead in a pile of pumpkins, Missy’s convinced there’s more to the story than meets the eye.
When Missy sets out to investigate the murder on her own, what she discovers could solve the case—but only if the killer doesn’t get to her first.
If you love dogs, and you love small town mysteries, you’ll love Missy Kingston and the Pooch Party Cozy Mystery Series!
I’m pretty new to the whole, "I see dead people" thing. But I’ve never been one not to go with the flow—as a divorced mom, that’s kind of a requirement, right?
So, go with the flow I am. To celebrate the season, I set up a haunted historical tour through my job as the Castleberry, Georgia historical society manager.
What I didn’t expect was to find my own house haunted by ghosts desperate for my help. And they’re in a hurry, which puts a whole lot of stress on me.
Let’s hope I can figure out how to help them before time runs out.
Otherwise, I might just wind up on the wrong side of the living.
If you like Southern paranormal cozy mysteries, you’ll love this stand-alone novella!
All of Bramblett County is keyed up and rarin' to go for the annual Abernathy Farm, "It's Fall, Y'all" festival, including realtor Lily Sprayberry and her friends. The haunted corn maze has been decorated with homemade scarecrows. Volunteers are hiding among the cornstalks, ready to scare the festival-goers. And as evening descends, people flock to finally enter.
But something is "off" with the maze this year. Eerie scarecrows have been be-headed, and Lily is spooked to discover what looks to be real blood on the pumpkins. The farther into the maze Lily ventures, the more convinced she becomes that there is more at play than the work of some overzealous volunteers.
Join Lily as she braves the creepy maze to find the answers!
Carolyn Ridder Aspenson
Prior to writing fiction, Carolyn was a freelance journalist covering local and national affairs from social events to drug busts in the metro Atlanta area.
Now an empty-nester, Carolyn lives in the Atlanta suburbs with her husband, two Pit Bull-Boxer mix dogs and two cantankerous cats, but you'll often find her at a local coffee shop people watching and listening, plotting her next novel.
Watch for Carolyn's upcoming crime thriller series releasing in fall 2020.