Have you ever wondered how different cultures imagine Death? Hint: the African version doesn’t carry a scythe and he doesn’t appreciate nicknames (even if he is grim at times). Find out more in the latest adventure of Miss Knight and her friends as they race to save life by saving Death.
With the Wedding Killer behind bars, the witchy Beatrice Knight Timmons is able to focus on managing The Cozy Tea Shoppe. But when the African God of Death pays her a visit after losing his throne, death is back on the menu. All decorum is thrown out with the tea leaves as the line between the living and the dead gets thinner. Only Miss Knight can persuade the powers-that-be to reinstate Death and the circle of life. But everyone has their own agenda, and time is running out. While the small colonial town of Nairobi is used to all manner of monsters and mayhem, this latest debacle might need more than a pot of tea to endure it.
Case 2 of the Cozy Tea Shoppe Mystery series, Death in a Teacup, is now available in paper and digital version. Get your copy at any of the usual stores, including:
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Here’s what one reviewer wrote:
Death in a Teacup is now my favorite. Although Bea’s stoic attitude and sarcastic humor has always made me smile, it was her understandable vulnerability in this book that made me love her even more… Death in a Teacup is a very well written page turner with twists, turns and surprises.
I can’t wait to hear what you think of this one!