The Hollow Tree at Dead Mule Swamp

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Anastasia Raven finds a secret hidden in a hollow tree near Dead Mule Swamp. She thinks she's seeing things, as the discovery appears to have come straight from a Nancy Drew story. With some simple sleuthing, Ana catches Jimmie Mosher, whose grandfather used to own the house she has recently purchased, hiding money in the tree. But what else does Jimmie have to hide?
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About Joan H. Young

Joan Young has enjoyed the out-of-doors her entire life. Highlights of her outdoor adventures include Girl Scouting, which provided yearly training in camp skills, the opportunity to engage in a 10-day canoe trip, and numerous short backpacking excursions. She was selected to attend the 1965 Senior Scout Roundup in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, an international event to which 10,000 girls were invited. She has ridden a bicycle from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean in 1986, and on August 3, 2010 became the first woman to complete the North Country National Scenic Trail on foot. Her mileage totaled 4395 miles.

She has recently begun writing more fiction, including short stories and cozy mysteries.

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Review by: Shreela Sen on May 23, 2013 :
I needed to refresh my mind in the middle of a very busy office day, & this was the perfect lunch-time read to transport me back to early teenage, when I never felt guilty regarding TIME!
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Review by: Billie Jackson on Aug. 30, 2012 :
I don't normally like shorter books/short stories but this one was so well developed that there was nothing short about it. Excellent story. Love the people of Cherry Hill. Can't wait for more.
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Review by: A. T. Weaver on May 03, 2012 :
Loved it - looking forward to reading more about Ana Raven.
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Review by: cathy urbanski on April 30, 2012 :
Another great story from Joan Young! I swear, it's like she ripped her characters right out of my small town childhood. As another reviewer wrote, this is a perfect quick read, and I'm really looking forward to more in the series. Way to go, Joan!
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Review by: Lucinda Gunnin on April 25, 2012 :
This is a sweet little mystery that reminded me of the ones I loved growing up. Joan Young's Ana Raven has curiousity and a social conscience. What's not to like? This is a wuick read, perfect for a rainy afternoon by the fire or a break on the hammock in the shade.
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Review by: Sue Erickson on April 23, 2012 :
I liked your story very much!! Looking forward to reading more of your work.
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