• Tea Shop Cozy Mysteries, Books 1-6

  • Cozy Mystery Collections, Book 2
  • By: Katherine Hayton
  • Narrated by: Sara Morsey
  • Length: 17 hrs and 45 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This collection features all six current titles in the Tea Shop Cozy Mystery Series

Fifty-something widow Willow Foxglove's dream is to operate a herbal tea shop. If only she could stop tripping over dead bodies long enough to organize the business!

When murder comes to peaceful Aniseed Valley, Willow Foxglove is on the case. Believing the local sheriff to be unequal to the challenge, she pursues leads in between building a new tea shop and looking after her Maine Coon kitten, Mavis.

As each crime unfolds, she draws on the book-smarts of best friend Harmony and conspiracy-laden facts from second-best friend Reg to help untangle the evidence. And, of course, she can always rely on handy hints from her favorite TV show of all time - Miss Walsham Investigates!

This collection contains the following titles to keep you guessing and keep the murderers on their toes!

1: Pushing Up Daisies

2: Berry Murderous

3: Deathbed of Roses

4: Orange Juiced

5: Keeping Mums

6: Hibiscus Homicide

Tea Shop Cozy Mysteries are quick three-hour listens perfect for filling in time waiting for appointments, commuting to work, or when your significant other insists on watching the show that makes you roll your eyes!

They contain no swearing, no gore, no cliffhangers, and no graphic scenes.

©2018 Katherine Hayton (P)2021 Katherine Hayton

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Excellent read!

If you are looking for a cozy town to fall in love with you’ve got it here! The characters are so relateable one can’t help but want to hear more!

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Excellent narrator

I previously read these books so l was a little leery to listen to them however the narrator, Sara Morsey, is excellent on tone and inflection. I highly recommend a listen.

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not for me

Tea Shop Cozy Mysteries is boring and slow moving. I had a hard time listening to this book. I gave up because it wasn't enough to keep me interested.

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Lovely Lady Mystery

This was a great book set. The older slueth was great and I enjoyes a mature investigator. I like the younger ones as well but this lady just hit the spot for me. Read them. It wasn't til the very end that I found out who dunit. Great work.

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Classy & enjoyable for 50 + set

Good character development and clear plot lines. The main character Willow is witty, logical and faced with a never-ending stream of deadly mysteries. Two close friends provide help throughout numerous emergencies. Plenty of laughs and for the most part believable situations won me over. I did not like book 6 because it was a little out there with the alien issue but it was still charming. Otherwise there were many hours of good listening I enjoyed. Main character Willow is so down to earth and likeable. I like the tea element as well. I am enjoying Hayton's Kitten Cafe series as well but it's a touch gory for a cozy mystery. Overall, I recommend this author for witty, light listening.

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it was good but dragged out. I did enjoy it. could have gotten to the point faster

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I couldn’t get past Chapter 4. The main character’s behavior is so stupid it is unbelievable. The character says something and two sentences later says the exact opposite. There are endless rambling details of no importance.

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Love the narrator's voice!

These stories are just silly nonsense really, but sometimes that is just what one needs!