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Murder in the Pachysandra


A Hattie Moon Mystery introduces Hattie Moon, an unassuming, octogenarian who steps out of her dusty world of cat hair, mixed-up days, and rambling conversations with her dead husband to solve the murder of her paperboy, Jason Meeks. She, along with her friend Muriel Manning, unravel clues the police have missed and suddenly find themselves swirling in a deceitful, troubling world of marital infidelity, drugs, the dark web, and a diabolical force that hovers, ready to pounce.












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