The national bestselling author of "Shadow of a Spout" invites readers back to the Finger Lakes town of Gracious Grove for more tea and murder... Mid-October in the charming Finger Lakes town of Gracious Grove means it s time for the annual Fall Fling Townwide Tea Party. The highlight of the festivities is a roaming tea-tasting, which includes a stop at Auntie Rose s Victorian Tea House. Sophie Taylor would like to share her enjoyment of the event with her sort-of boyfriend, English teacher Jason Murphy, but Jason s dean has accused him of falsifying grades to help an athlete at the local college. Steamed and stressed, Jason shows up the night of the party with bags under his eyes. But the dean shows up under Sophie s Japanese Maple later that night, murdered, and now Jason is suspected of far worse than fudging grade reports. It s up to Sophie, her Nana, and their friends the Silver Spouts to pore over the clues to find out who really decided to teach the dean a lesson."
I have been a big fan of this series ever since I pre-ordered the first book Tempest in a Teapot after seeing the cover art on a Facebook page!
I read this book twice! I so enjoyed it!
I was so honored to be asked to write about Tea for Shadow of a Spout and was so thrilled to get my copy and see my name in print at the back of the book!
I am very excited to see it again with a piece I wrote for The Grim Steeper!
As a teapot lover and collector I am so excited to read The Grim Steeper by Amanda Cooper. Only 141 more days until it is released! You can pre order your copy today and it is 10% off with free shipping From The Book Depository, Click here for website and listing.
To get ready for this wonderful series third book you can order Tempest In The Teapot by clicking here, and Shadow of a Spout by clicking here.
Thank you for joining me for A Cup of Tea and A Cozy Cover Reveal today! I am so excited for this book out in February and I hope you will enjoy this series as much as I do! I would love to hear from you so please leave me a comment here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org