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A Day in Mossy Creek

A Collection of Short Fiction

A Day in Mossy Creek

This collective novel, with stories written by several authors, is about “the town that ain’t going nowhere and don’t want to.” In Book 5 of the Mossy Creek Hometown series, Sabrina makes her series debut with the heart-warming story: “Gone, But Not Forgetting.”

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Synopsis

Maybe it’s post-New Year’s boredom setting in. Maybe it’s the cold, frisky air. Whatever the cause, the citizens of Mossy Creek seem determined to get into trouble on this clear winter day in mid-January. Police Chief Amos Royden and his loyal officers, Mutt and Sandy, can barely keep up with the calls.

Hank and Casey Blackshear’s 93-year-old Great Aunt Irene Sawyer battle renovation pitfalls (literally) in their cranky house. Pearl Quinlan fights her sister, Spiva, over a plate of brownies, and Patty Campbell performs a makeover on Orville Gene Simpson’s front yard (against Orville’s wishes). Meanwhile, Bert and Honey Lyman take in twin baby nieces (possibly upsetting a ghost in the process), and last but not least Amos and Ida finally stop fighting their mutual attraction. And then the trouble really begins!


Audio

Audio unabridged version also available! Read by Deborah Smith.

A charming and poignant short story originally published in the Mossy Creek Hometown novel, A Day In Mossy Creek. A dead woman agonizes over her orphaned babies as they are adopted by her sister, whose autistic teen son seems dangerous and unpredictable.

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