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A Scone to Die For
- Oxford Tearoom Cozy Mysteries, Book 1
- By: H.Y. Hanna
- Narrated by: Pearl Hewitt
- Length: 6 hrs and 59 mins
When an American tourist is murdered with a scone in Gemma Rose's quaint English tearoom, she suddenly finds herself apron-deep in a mystery involving long-buried secrets from Oxford's past. Armed with her insider knowledge of the university and with the help of four nosy old ladies from her local Cotswolds village (not to mention a cheeky little tabby cat named Muesli), Gemma sets out to solve the mystery - all while dealing with her matchmaking mother and the return of her old college love, Devlin O'Connor, now a dashing CID detective.
Ignore the cover and buy this cozy mystery
- By Eddie Lynn on 10-01-16
Fantastic reading of a Fabulous book!
Would you consider the audio edition of A Scone To Die For Oxford Tearoom Cozy Mysteries, Book 1 to be better than the print version?
I have read the book and listened to the entire book and I loved both. I don't know that I would say that the audio was better, but I think I appreciated the book even more because of the way Pearl Hewitt performed the reading.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
The plot was engaging and had enough consistency to make it believable, yet plenty of information and clues that were discovered along the way to make it interesting. I loved the humor and the cast of characters and the way they all contributed to the plot line throughout the book.
What about Pearl Hewitt’s performance did you like?
I liked that Pearl Hewitt was able to alter her voice enough so that different characters were discernible throughout her performance. It was not stiff at all and she had plenty of color in her voice that kept my attention throughout.
Any additional comments?
I absolutely loved this book and all of the others in the series. I'm looking forward to listening to the next one in the series on audio.
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