Town in a Wild Moose Chase (Google eBook)
Cape Willington's annual Winter Moose Fest is in full swing when the sightings of a mysterious white moose-and rumors of a dead body found in the woods-send Candy scrambling to separate fact from fiction before she finds herself in the bullseye of a ruthless killer...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Wild Moose Chase is the third in the Candy Holliday series. In my opinion is by far the best book in the series. For me, this was a very satisfying story that read very quickly. A book I didn't want to put down. It's late January and Candy is browsing thru the seed catalogs looking forward to being able to plant a garden. Out of the corner of her eye she sees a figure stumbling from out the woods, heading for her house. She runs out to see who this person might be as he collapses into the snow. She recognizes him as Solomon, a recluse who lives in the woods. The only thing he says is "Body" and Candy is unable to get anything else out of him. She's not sure what to do, but decides to call the police. By the time she gets back outdoors, Solomon has disappeared without a trace. The police do a search and come up empty handed. Candy heads for the Town Park to cover the opening festivities for the Winter Moose Festival. She meets a Preston Smith who is in town looking over the town for a future ice sculpting event, he says. He has Candy's attention, as he certainly know a lot about. In the process of interviewing the ice sculptors, she notices that some aren't getting along with the other. Then one of the sculptor goes missing. Then a body is found along one of the streets by a snowplow driver. Do they have two corpse or are they one in the same. Since Candy has a policeman trailing her where ever she goes, it makes for difficult times trying to find out what is going on in Cape Willington. With the help of Ben, her boss and hopefully boyfriend,and the white moose that is wandering around town, they set out find the murderer. I enjoyed reading the first two books, but this by far the best one. Some closure was given for the first two books, but then an inkling was given for the storyline of book 4. Be sure to start with the first.
Review: Town in a Wild Moose Chase (A Candy Holliday Mystery #3)User Review - Goodreads
Light mystery story. Ending leaves opportunity for another book for the main characters.
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