Still On Herring Cove Road: Hickory, Dickory, Death

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** "More than just another mystery. This one grabs you by the heart" -Review by Karen Laird of Under the Shade Tree Blog. Ten-year old Dewey is moving, and he couldn't be more excited, but Lisa, his mother, and his retired next door neighbour and best buddy, Avriel, don't share his excitement regarding the move to a lower-class neighbourhood where two murders have recently occurred

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Published 8 Nov 2014
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Volume two of the Herring Cove Road series.

** "More than just another mystery. This one grabs you by the heart" -Review by Karen Laird of Under the Shade Tree Blog.**

The first murder of a child raised eyebrows, the second raised alarms.

Ten-year old Dewey is moving, and he couldn't be more excited; though, he's alone in his enthusiasm. Lisa, his mother, and recently retired Avriel, his next door neighbour and best buddy, don't share his excitement regarding the move from the bungalow in a middle class neighbourhood to a dirty basement level apartment in the lower-class neighbourhood at the edge of Halifax’s city limits where two murders have recently occurred.

This sometimes lighthearted and at other times intense, character driven novel follows Dewey Dixon as he befriends Blue, a streetwise boy, and Stevie, a boy who only talks through whispers, and the three find themselves confronted by a killer preying on children.

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