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  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Witness

  • Marshmallow Hollow Mysteries, Book 2
  • By: Dakota Cassidy
  • Narrated by: Hollie Jackson
  • Length: 5 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (109 ratings)

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Have Yourself a Merry Little Witness

By: Dakota Cassidy
Narrated by: Hollie Jackson
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Publisher's summary

Welcome to Marshmallow Hollow, Maine - where magic and murder collide!

For an adorable little Christmas town, Marshmallow Hollow sure sees a lot of action. Just days off the last murder - solved by moi, Halliday Valentine, and my gorgeous tenant, Hobbs - I'm eagerly awaiting a visit from my dear Uncle Darling and his husband, Monty, when my phone blows up.

Another murder, this time at the convenience store on the edge of town...and Uncle Monty was hurt in the process.

Without hesitation, Hobbs and I jump into action, seeking justice for the deceased and both of my uncles. Between ambulance-chasing lawyers, career-climbing journalists, and chain-smoking ex-drug dealers, we have more than enough suspects to go around.

But how do any of them connect to three missing girls from neighboring towns? Will Monty, the only living witness, be safe while the killer's at large? Will Atticus, my adorbs hummingbird familiar, magic me to Siberia when I use one too many spells for his liking?

And most of all, how will handsome Hobbs react when he learns my frequent "migraines" are a lot less neurological...and a whole lot more paranormal?

©2020 Dakota Cassidy (P)2021 Tantor