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Volume 24, Number 10 — November 2017

Linda Hudson Hoagland publishes new mystery

December 23, 2014

JOHNSON CITY, TN — "Snooping Can Be Doggone Deadly" from Southwest Virginia author Linda Hudson Hoagland has been published by Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee.

This marks the fourth Lindsay Harris Murder Mystery in this locally popular series. Emily Harris, Lindsay's teenage daughter, tries to help a friend and becomes a victim. A simple act of kindness causes a great deal of trouble for Lindsay along with the fact that her friend, Jed, becomes hospitalized with a broken leg. How did Jed's broken leg, Lindsay's co-worker Annie's neighbor's missing parents, and a murdered dog become intertwined into Lindsay's life to become a matter of life and death?

Other authors say about Hoagland's latest mystery novel, "Suspense-filled from the very first page! Readers will find the best friend they always wanted in relentless amateur sleuth and multitasking mom, Lindsay Harris."- April Hensley, contributing author of Broken Petals

And that, "Secrets, truths, and disappearing loved ones create intricate surprises in 'Snooping Can Be Doggone Deadly' from author, Linda Hudson Hoagland. Convinced that her friend's beloved dog, Harvey, met his death far too soon, Lindsay Harris searches for answers to his demise while encountering even more intrigue. Well-crafted and delightfully woven, the reader is assured of another wonderful cozy mystery from The Lindsay Harris Murder Mystery Series."- Susan Noe Harmon, author of Under the Weeping Willow

Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., includes the imprints Mountain Girl Press, Little Creek Books, Express Editions, RoseHeart Publishing, and DigiStyle.