I happened upon this last weekend.
You all remember Hsin-Yi, right? The lady in Australia with the Honey the Great Dane? Last summer, I reviewed her first Big Honey Dog Mystery. She's back, with a cute novella, just in time for Christmas!
MESSAGE IN A BAUBLE
Big Honey Dog Mystery
by H. Y. Hanna
Honey and her dog friends are helping to set up the Christmas celebration at the school, and they find a broken bauble (ornament) in with others; that bauble has a piece of paper inside it, which seems to be a plea for help. Honey, Suki and the others head for the school library to look up some mysterious Latin words on the note, and then follow the clues to wherever they may lead, hoping a child is not in trouble. Fast paced, logical (once you buy into the premise that dogs talk to each other, and suspending your belief that dogs can't read), and fun, with a happy ending, as befits a Christmas story.
Free right now for your Kindle or Kindle reading app, this only takes a little while to read. So enjoy it!
And I'm eagerly awaiting a copy of The Cheesecake Queen, by Miranda Koerner! I reviewed her book Blue Mermaid last summer. She's another talented young Indie author. I can't wait until it gets here, so I can go hide and wait for it.
Happy Thorsday, everyone. Hope your Christmas preparations are not bogging you down too much.