- By Joan H. Young

The Hollow Tree at Dead Mule Swamp

  • Title: The Hollow Tree at Dead Mule Swamp
  • Author: Joan H. Young
  • ISBN: 9780976543268
  • Page: 178
  • Format: ebook
  • The Hollow Tree at Dead Mule Swamp Anastasia Raven has lived in Cherry Hill only two months and has already been been involved in one local mystery revealed in an old newspaper Now she finds a secret hidden in a hollow tree near Dead

    Anastasia Raven has lived in Cherry Hill only two months and has already been been involved in one local mystery, revealed in an old newspaper Now she finds a secret hidden in a hollow tree near Dead Mule Swamp Ana thinks she s seeing things, as the discovery appears to have come straight from a Nancy Drew story With some simple sleuthing, Ana catches Jimmie Mosher, whoAnastasia Raven has lived in Cherry Hill only two months and has already been been involved in one local mystery, revealed in an old newspaper Now she finds a secret hidden in a hollow tree near Dead Mule Swamp Ana thinks she s seeing things, as the discovery appears to have come straight from a Nancy Drew story With some simple sleuthing, Ana catches Jimmie Mosher, whose grandfather used to own the house she has recently purchased, hiding money in the tree But what else does Jimmie have to hide Anastasia Raven Mysteries 2

    1 thought on “The Hollow Tree at Dead Mule Swamp

    1. The Hollow Tree at Dead Mule Swamp is an excellent short story. Joan hooks you in early and even mentions Nancy Drew as the mystery thickens. I think Joan will be receiving another award for this story. Who is the mysterious person leaving a personal list and other valuable items in a hollow tree. And why? Another, "I can't put this book down from Joan H Young."

    2. Sometimes when you are reading heavy books I want something simple to break up deeper reading material that is bogging me down. This book is based on a Nancy Drew book, "The Message in the Hallow Oak." I love Nancy Drew even though I old, so this book was a fun read. It was also free on kindle and it didn't take up much time to read, so it must be a children's book. I would like to read some of her older books, but I am not willing to pay more for them at the moment, even though they are cheap.

    3. I thoroughly enjoyed this well written story. It had a bit of a mystery but I really liked it for the touching moments from the characters. This wasn't a long story yet I couldn't put it down until I was finished. Then I hated to see it come to an end!This is an author that I plan on reading more from.

    4. This was a delightful, fun short story based on a premise from one of the Nancy Drew books (my all-time favourite girl detective). It was less of a mystery and more about the captivating characters and the intriguing, touching interactions between them. Very enjoyable.

    5. Liked this quick read!Really enjoyed the characters from this little town!! Quick and easy reading, not a deep read but good storyline with a typical happy ending.

    6. Although this is book 2 in the series, it is a stand-alone book. This is an interesting story from the beginning. If you like small town stories, you will like this.

    7. The Hollow Tree At Dead Mule Swamp by Joan H. Young is a thoroughly delightful short story. I was captivated by both characters and content. Looking forward to more by this clever author.

    8. ExcellentThis was such a feel good read for me. The characters were so real and the storyline tugged at my heartstrings! An perfect read for when you need warm fuzzies!

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