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Saturday, November 24, 2018

Christmas carols, delicious food, loving friends and…a Christmas Creeper... Oh Holy Fright (Pecan Bayou #8) by Teresa Trent

"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. [...] Fast paced and full of clues, this book can be enjoyed by all ages." Laura, Goodreads


Published: October 31st, 2018

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 Christmas with the town and family you've come to know in the Pecan Bayou Series.

Recipes and helpful hints included!

Part of the Pecan Bayou series:
"Join the little town of Pecan Grove for a joyous and utterly crazy Christmas!" Alice, Goodreads
About the author:
Teresa Trent writes humorous cozy mysteries that take place in the small towns of Texas. Her Pecan Bayou series features Betsy, the town's helpful hints columnist who seems to spend a lot of time getting out blood stains.   Teresa's Piney Woods Series with Camel Press takes place in an East Texas hotel and features Nora, a redhead with an eye for crime.

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Teresa said...

Thanks for being a part of my tour! I wanted to let your readers know Oh Holy Fright is free on Kindle until midnight on November 27. Here is the link - https://amzn.to/2TJL9uu

Debra Branigan said...

What a great cover and the storyline sounds like a fun read. Good luck with your book.