Revenge is best served with tea
Revenge is best served with tea: All is proceeding as it should for Beatrice Knight. That is, until the African Lightning God lands in her barn and announces that Mrs. Knight’s arch nemesis is about to pay an unsolicited visit. This time, the giant Praying Mantis Koki won’t be so easily dissuaded from exacting revenge against the intrepid paranormal investigator. Mrs. Knight must now answer one critical question: what, or whom, is she prepared to sacrifice in order to defeat the Mantis? As if that isn’t heart-wrenching enough, Mr. Timmons boldly presents a possibility too terrible to consider, yet too tempting to refuse. Now, if only she could survive long enough to make a decision…
“Proof that paranormal can be fun & witty…” “I love this story & the quirky, practical Beatrice Knight…” “Wit, adventure & an air of mystery…”
This is Case 3 in “Society for Paranormals”: a series concerning dead husbands, African mythology and the search for a perfect spot of tea. If you adore “Pride & Prejudice”, appreciate British humor, enjoy Elizabeth Peterson’s Amelia Peabody, or would love to experience a supernatural safari set in colonial Africa, this is for you.
“This series ROCKS! This is a humorous account of paranormals who live during Victorian times in Africa with a shape-shifter bat, lightning god, a ghost for a husband, and a suitor who absorbs power.”
“I can’t say enough good things about this series. I read all three books in 2 days and am disappointed that I didn’t savor them.”
“The proper Englishwoman on one hand, then an irreverant, ‘to hell with it,’ on the other, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Adventure, a hint of upcoming love, and strange, supernatural creatures, this is an enjoyable escape to a land real, yet not quite so.”
“Ms. Ehsani’s supporting cast is as delightful as her protagonist, Beatrice Knight, a woman who is not missish or dependent on others to deal with the paranormal challenges that continue to find her. The story and the characters are evolving, a welcome trait that is not always found in a book series.”