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Reunion At Mossy Creek

by Deborah Smith

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Book 2 in the Mossy Creek series doesn't quite stand up to the first book but it is still a good read. Once again, several short stories take you through the lives of Mossy Creek, Georgia's quaint (some might say crazy) inhabitants (known as Creekites)..

Twenty years ago the Mossy Creek HIgh School burnt to the ground. It was a devastating blow to the residents of the small town since it forced them to attend Bigalow High (and no one worth their grits in Mossy Creek likes the town of Bigalow or its residents).

This book revolves around the ten cent gypsy, which suddenly appears again just before the reunion. It may surprise you to find out who sent the ten cent gypsy back to Mossy Creek. The "arsonist" shouldn't surprise you at all-if you read the first book in the series.

Sandy Bottoms Crane (who is Mossy Creek's police dispatcher) thinks she is one of Mossy Creek's finest and proceeds to play detective in order to discover who actually burnt down the high school. With the help of Eula Mae Whit (the town's 100 year old resident who didn't die on her 100th birthday like everyone thought she would) assists Sandy in her quest for the truth by giving her a Halloween mask.

The town is still quirky, the people still...odd. Reminds me of a small Georgia town where most of my family was born! The stories should make you smile if not laugh out loud. ( )
  wearylibrarian | Apr 26, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0967303532, Paperback)

Welcome back to Mossy Creek--the warm-hearted but stubborn residents of the small town whose motto is "Ain't goin' nowhere, and don't want to" are once again sorting out the joys, sorrows and everyday mysteries of life.

This time around they've got the added drama of the big town reunion commemorating the twenty-year-old mystery of the late, great Mossy Creek High School, which burned to the ground amid quirky rumors and dark secrets. Are the villains who caused the fire at the grand old school finally ready to come forward?

In the meantime, sassy 100-year-old Creekite Eula Mae Whit is convinced Williard Scott has put a death curse on her, and Mossy Creek Police Chief Amos Royden is still fighting his reputation as the town's most eligible bachelor. Then there's the new bad girl in town, Jasmine, and more adventures from the old bad girl in town, Mayor Ida Hamilton. And last but not least, Bob the flying Chihuahua, finds himself stalked by an amorous lady poodle.

All this and more including the introduction of Mossy Creek's new recipe section, courtesy of Creekite Chef Bubba Rice is waiting for readers in the second novel of the Mossy Creek series.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:24 -0400)

Welcome back to Mossy Creek, where the warmhearted but stubborn residents are once again sorting out the joys, sorrows, and everyday mysteries of life. This time around, they've got the added drama of the big town reunion commemorating the twenty-year-old mystery of the late, great Mossy Creek High School, which burned to the ground amid quirky rumors and dark secrets. Are the villains finally ready to come forward?… (more)

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