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How do two modern, quirky, 20-something gals solve murders in a small, cozy USA town?

Easy. With a little time travel, some humor, and a lot of hard work. 

When the skeptical Brooke first meets the psychic Abby, she’s not impressed. But with the help of her comfort cat, her middle-aged roomie, her childhood friend, and a hunky detective hinting at a sweet romance, Brooke not only accepts that Abby has real gifts, it’s clear that these five people and one cat make up a crack team.  

Got tea, anyone? In 1773, the Boston Tea Party sure did. Find out why going back in time helps break the case!

©2019 S. R. Mallery (P)2020 Sarah (S.R.) Mallery

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Brook, Abby and the gang look to the past to solve murder

Tea Anyone? A Brook and Abby Cozy Mystery Book 1. S R Mallory has written an interesting cozy mystery. Tea Anyone? Not only has an interesting murder to solve, but, the author lays the foundation for the characters in an enjoyable way. The unusual murder is solved by going back to the Boston tea party. I really enjoyed the narration performance of Ellen Quay. She made an amazing story come to life. I received a code for my honest review.

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A Cozy Mystery With A Twist

This was my first exposure to S. R. Mallery's stories and it was a delightful and enjoyable experience. She cleverly blended the key elements of a cozy mystery with an historical event and paranormal phenomenon. Her characters were believable in spite of the fact that one of her characters was described as having psychic abilities. The interaction between the characters is one of the elements that help this story to shine. I recommend this book for those who love cozy mysteries with a twist. Ellen Quay's narration is good and her voice is pleasant and expressive. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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tea is one of several things going on

Brooke is a consultant researcher for the local police department. She took in a homeless college professor, Henry and gets him back on his feet. They have a neighbor Abby who is into tarot and psychic time travel. Henry convinces Brooke to give Abby a chance to help them solve some recent murders.
The story was a little hard to follow. There were a lot of details pushed at the reader and both Brooke and Abby have childhood traumas that affect current day.
The idea of tendencies for certain things passing through genetics is an interesting idea. I think it would have been a big enough theme to present. Adding flashbacks/dreams for Brooke and issues dealing with Abby's family made this book feel busy and a bit of an emotional overwhelm.
The narrator did a good job with the story. I enjoyed listening to this audiobook.
I received a copy through the author.

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  • Robin Beattie
  • 02-03-21

Lethal murder in separate time zones

Ingenious murders in different time zones with humour and good believable characters realistic responses from everyone

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  • Julie
  • 01-28-21

Sit back with a cup of tea and enjoy

I enjoyed this book. This is the first book by this author that I have listened to but it won't be the last as it was a fun book and a series I would like to visit again. I loved the way the past held clues that helps in the present, it was nicely done and add a different and quirky element to the mystery. The author obviously does a lot of research for her books and this comes across in the way that she writes each scene and the story draws you in, so you are hooked until the end. The characters were like able, sassy and tough and I loved how the two main characters (Brooke and Abby) weren't sure if they even liked each other and the friendship that develops between them and there friends. The story is told by a few of the characters, which works well and helps you form a bond with the characters, although it did mean I had my heart in my throat at one point, but even that turned out interesting. The mystery was good and had a few twists to keep you guessing. There was even a love interest and of course a loveable pet. All in all a good book I would recommend.
When two ladies in her fitness class are murdered Brooke can't help but offer her services as a researcher. The ladies were killed and a cloth bag placed over there heads. The police chief wants results but it is only when Brooke turns to her tarot reading neighbour for help that they get the break they need. Abby isn't just a tarot reader she is also psychic with the gift of being able to visit the past. Can something Abby learns from the past help with the case now? As more bodies are found it looks like Brookes time working for the police is drawing to an end but Brooke doesn't know how to quit, even if it means she and her friends become a target for a killer.
I liked the narrator and thought she did a great job of bringing the characters to life.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.