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Oh Holy Fright (Pecan Bayou Book 8)

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It's Christmas in Pecan Bayou, Texas. Join Betsy (aka The Happy Hinter) for a good old small-town Christmas complete with Christmas carols, over the top light displays, delicious food, loving friends and…a Christmas Creeper. One of the residents of Pecan Bayou has a secret and you'd better lock the door because that isn't Santa out there or even a stray elf. Enjoy spending ...more
Kindle Edition, 255 pages
Published October 31st 2018
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Carla Johnson-Hicks
This is the first book I have read in the Pecan Bayou series, but I will try and go back and read the others. I enjoyed meeting Betsy, the Happy Hinter and her family and friends living in Pecan Bayou. Betsy makes a great protagonist as she is smart, works for the newspaper and has the trust of others in the community. She is also pretty good at schmoozing others. When Betsy's Aunt Maggie accidentally shoots and kills Joe, the choir director and retired mail carrier, Betsy is sure that someone e ...more
Linda
Dec 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
Entertaining cozy mystery. I enjoyed the characters and setting.
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Review of O HOLY FRIGHT! By Teresa Trent
(Pecan Bayou Book 8)

In tiny Pecan Bayou, Texas, where everybody knows everybody and they all pull together as a community, the Christmas Festival is of huge importance (despite the lack of snow) and the citizens look forward to it all year long. Betsy Livingston, her weatherman husband, and their three children are all anticipating the Festival and the Holiday, and Betsy is rushing to photograph the outlandish lights display some of the residents manage, a
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Laura Reading
Nov 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
Written in colorful, often humorous, phrases, once again this book conveys small town tendencies to keep up with what the neighbors are doing. There is a strong sense of family loyalty as well in this series.
With the holidays upon us, and kids always asking for toys or the latest electronic games, parents are bombarded by sales offers and need to find a way to make ends meet. Even the preschool set is trying to make sales in order to earn a prize. On the other end of the spectrum, someone is tar
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Alice Hazelbaker
Nov 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Holy Fright, indeed!!

In this Christmas cozy you will find reverse mortgage dealers, a crazy Christmas Eve sale, a murder, a rash of Christmas Eve burglaries and a nighttime creeper. And there is plenty of crazy to go around!! Join the little town of Pecan Grove for a joyous and utterly crazy Christmas!
Stanley McShane
Nov 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Belly laughs in a small town.

Combining small town drama with mystery and suspense makes this read a hoot. A bit of Nancy Drew meets Perry Mason. Predictable but with some good belly laughs along the way. CE Williams from Bookbub
V
Nov 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Cute holiday themed cozy

I really enjoyed this Christmas mystery. The characters were enjoyable and the plot entertaining even though a little predictable. A fun read.
Toni Gomes
Dec 04, 2018 rated it liked it
Hints were the best part

Annoying how clueless the characters were, on the bright side the hints and recipes were a nice bonus. A good book for middle schoolers.
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Teresa Trent writes hilarious cozy mysteries that take place in the small towns of Texas. She was first inspired to create Pecan Bayou after visiting the Texas Hill Country to view the millions of springtime flowers alongside the roads and highways.
Teresa also writes the Piney Woods Series with Camel Press and debuted the first book in the series January 2018.
Teresa also features other cozy auth
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