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Till Death Do Us Tart Audiobook

Till Death Do Us Tart: Oxford Tearoom Mysteries, Book 4

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Publisher's Summary

When Oxfordshire tearoom owner Gemma Rose enters her little tabby, Muesli, in the cat show at the local village fair, the last thing she expects is to stumble across a murder. And when her meddling mother and the nosy Old Biddies decide to start their own investigation, Gemma has no choice but to join in the sleuthing. She soon finds there's something much more sinister sandwiched between the homemade Victoria sponge cakes and luscious jam tarts!

But murder isn't the only thing on Gemma's mind: there's the desperate house-hunting that's going nowhere, the freaky kitchen explosions at her quaint English tearoom, and an offer from her handsome detective boyfriend that she can't refuse! With things about to reach boiling point, can Gemma solve the mystery before the killer strikes again?

©2016 H.Y. Hanna (P)2017 H.Y. Hanna

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    Beatrice Houston, TX, United States 06-21-17
    Beatrice Houston, TX, United States 06-21-17 Member Since 2014
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    "Fun and Enjoyable"

    This is another enjoyable book in this series. I enjoyed reading about the adventures of Gemma and her friends. I look forward to the next book.

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    Delia 06-19-17
    Delia 06-19-17 Member Since 2011
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    Fun series with engaging characters and humor. I can't wait for this he next one!

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    The Nana 07-17-17
    The Nana 07-17-17
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    "Good mystery"

    I enjoyed this book especially the narration. My only pet peeve is the meow sounds of the cats

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    Pat Kuhn 07-09-17
    Pat Kuhn 07-09-17 Member Since 2016
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    "Till Death do us Tart"

    I do love the Oxford Tea Room stories. Hearing the stories brings them to life and the performance is excellent! I would recommend these to all the "cozy mystery " lovers!

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    BARBJ 07-07-17
    BARBJ 07-07-17 Member Since 2016
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    "Love , love, love this series!"
    What did you love best about Till Death Do Us Tart?

    I love how the relationships between the characters keeps developing with each instalment. It was nice to see my old favourites including, of course, Gemma's Mom and the Old Biddies back again. Oh, and of COURSE...Muesli too! There were a lot of great suspects and I kept wondering, how did the murder happen.


    What other book might you compare Till Death Do Us Tart to and why?

    I am a new fan of Sherlock Holmes and have been listening to the complete works on Audible, I love how both series are UK based.


    Have you listened to any of Pearl Hewitt’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    I think Pearl does an amazing job of stepping right back into the characters where she left them in the previous books. How she keeps all the voices straight from each other I can only imagine. I've also listened to her on a few P O Dixon stories and those were great too, a ride in time back to Mr. Darcy's age. Her voice is great both as more formal or more informal, depends on the book and characters.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    The antics of Gemma's mom's match making ways and descriptions of a 'crazy cat ladies' home really made me smile :)


    Any additional comments?

    If you haven't checked out this series yet, please do. I've read a lot of books on my Kindle and Audible and without a great author and great voice performance, a lot is lost. Both these ladies are top notch in my book so I hope you will enjoy this as much as I did! Enjoy!<br/><br/>Disclosure: A review copy of this book was sent to me by the author. All of the above opinions are my own.

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    seashell 06-26-17
    seashell 06-26-17
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    "A perfect road trip listen!"

    I loved this 4th entry in the Oxford tearoom series. They just keep getting better and better!
    Pearl Hewitt does a fabulous job with the different voices, and her accent and voice are lovely to listen to. As always, the ensemble of multi-faceted characters in the story kept me guessing till the end.
    H. Y. Hanna has created a charming little world in the Cotswolds that I wish I could visit, and filled it with interesting people that I wish I could meet. And an adorable cat named Muesli will capture your heart!
    if you enjoy clean, cozy and fun mysteries, give this one a listen. I highly recommend this series!
    My only complaint is that the recipe at the end of the story is not included in the audio version. it would be great if Pearl Hewitt could read that as well.

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  • Inishowen Cailín
    6/29/17
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    "Entertaining"
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    Another fun read in the Oxford Tearoom Mysteries.<br/>The identity of the killer was a real mystery and kept me guessing until the end. <br/>All my favourite characters make an appearance and Gemma and Devlin's relationship motors along at a nice sedate pace. I love how the writer brings Muesli, the cat, into the main story line as well. A cat show was a completely different setting for a murder.<br/>I liked that Devlin was working on another case at the same time. He had a high profile agri crime case to solve and I felt that it could have had more of an impact on the story than merely facilitating an official reason for his presence at a village fete. There wasn't much of a resolution to the crimes he was investigating and I thought it would have been more interesting if the Gemma's murder investigation had been connected more. I would have liked Gemma to have faced some danger along the way or to have crossed paths with Devlin's criminal gang to add a little bit of excitement.<br/><br/>A nice, charming mystery with humour. I would recommend this series.<br/><br/>I voluntarily received a review copy<br/>

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