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    FUN!

    paranormal, shifters, vampire, magic, murder, mystery, history-and-culture, Africa, humor, ghosts What fun! Yes, it is a murder mystery, but it is so much more! You don't need to have read any other books by this author to thoroughly enjoy this one, but I'll bet that you will want to. I don't want to revisit the publisher's blurb nor do the spoiler thing, but I think anybody will enjoy all of the interesting characters and the uncommon setting of the rural town of Nairobi at the turn of the last century. The dialog had me snurfling my caffeine! There is a bit of sadness here and there, but it is still one of the best escape reads available.
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    Interesting.

    Loved this book. One can let their imagination run wild. Always hate to reach the end.
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    Bea Does It Again

    Vered Ehsani does it again in the first book of The Cosy Tea Shop series. Bea Knight-Timmons carries on with solving mysteries as her husband leaves for trial in England. Only her niece, Grace, and Selby, a monkey, give her any pause in her pursuit of the Wedding Killer. Dry "British" humour abounds as Bea deals with assorted African paranormal and goddesses. I love tea and Bea and I am thrilled at the ending. Breathlessly awaiting book 2 with some "Alpine Punch".
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