Murder for Tea (Cozy Tea Shoppe Mysteries) (Volume 1)

July 23, 2017 - Comment

Murder is brewing: While Beatrice Knight Timmons is part witch, the only thing she’s interested in nowadays is tea, and copious amounts of it. But that isn’t the only thing boiling in her life. No sooner does she open her very own tea shop in the small town of Nairobi, someone with a vendetta against

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Murder is brewing: While Beatrice Knight Timmons is part witch, the only thing she’s interested in nowadays is tea, and copious amounts of it. But that isn’t the only thing boiling in her life. No sooner does she open her very own tea shop in the small town of Nairobi, someone with a vendetta against young brides murders one and leaves the body in The Cozy Tea Shoppe. With her best friend’s wedding only weeks away, can Miss Knight stop the murderer while babysitting a monkey and serving difficult customers? This is the first case in the “Cozy Tea Shoppe Mystery” series, where Jane Austen meets Lara Croft in colonial Africa. Tea isn’t the only thing that’s brewing in the delicious sequel to the “Society for Paranormals” series. Join supernatural detective Miss Knight as she attempts to keep the kettle hot and her customers satisfied (or at least alive) while dodging murder, mayhem and other inconveniences. Serving tea has never been more dangerous.

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Charles van Buren says:

A mystery of dry and wry wit How can one hate a book with a beginning such as this: “A DEAD BODY doesn’t necessarily scare away customers,’ I reassured myself the day we found the first victim amongst the teapots. Of all the lessons I learned from owning a tea shop, this was possibly the most crucial.”. Vered Ehsani continues her stories of colonial British East Africa, Narobi and the paranormal with her usual dry wit and wry observations. For those who don’t know, Ms Ehsani lives in Kenya (British East Africa…

Jan says:

More fun than a baby monkey! paranormal, shifters, vampire, magic, murder, mystery, history-and-culture, Africa, humor, ghosts 

Kindle Gal says:

Great, entertaining read I am a big fan of Vered Ehsani’s Paranormal Society series, and was disappointed when I learned it was ending. However, the new Cozy Tea Shoppe series has filled the void very nicely. While the story line moves on and develops in a new direction, the characters remain the same. The author has a real gift for “fleshing out” some of the mythical figures of African legend and incorporating them in the story. However, it is very easy to start this series without reading the previous…

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