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'I absolutely loved this cosy mystery . . . Keeps you turning the pages. It's an easy read and perfect for these cold winter nights'

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Introducing the three unlikeliest sleuths you'll ever meet . . .

Every Thursday, three retired school teachers have their 'coffee o'clock' sessions at the Thirsk Garden Centre cafe.


But one fateful week, as they are catching up with a slice of cake, they bump into their ex-colleague, Topsy. By the next Thursday, Topsy's dead.

The last thing Liz, Thelma and Pat imagined was that they would become involved in a murder.


But they know there's more to Topsy's death than meets the eye - and it's down to them to prove it . . .


Sit down with a cup of tea and this perfectly witty, page-turning cosy crime novel.

Fans of Agatha Christie, Death in Paradise and Midsomer Murders will be hooked from the very first page.


Readers love A Spoonful of Murder:


'Absolutely loved this book!! I really enjoyed the characters and the sweet story line!! I was up all night reading and couldn't put the book down! I highly recommend!!'

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'Charming . . . The plot is cozy and tricky, with just the right blend of Miss Marple, interesting and quirky characters, secrets . . . colourful cardigans, and of course, heaps of tea and warm companionship. I loved this book'

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'A fabulous, cozy, mystery story . . . Wonderful . . . Absolutely perfect for fans of Richard Osman!' NetGalley Review


'Oh how brilliant was this book?! I must have read it in about two servings as I just couldn't put it down . . . Had great comical moments throughout. A really good murder mystery book'

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'Cosy mystery at its best with a cast of loveable characters, a truly satisfying read!'

NetGalley review,


'A joy to read . . . Lots twists and turns, this is a great debut'

NetGalley review,

J.M. Hall - A Spoonful Of Murder (Ist In Series)

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