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This boxed set 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 This boxed set 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 boxed set 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 1-2 hour reads 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.


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This boxed set 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 This boxed set 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 boxed set 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 1-2 hour reads 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.

30 review for Tea Shop Cozy Mysteries - Books 1-6

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gill James

    These stories offer a good bit of escapism and we certainly need that these days. Yet the plots seemed a little bland. The setting is nice and through the six books another story emerges: the successful set up of Willow's tea shop and the business getting going. There just needs to be a little more tension. These stories offer a good bit of escapism and we certainly need that these days. Yet the plots seemed a little bland. The setting is nice and through the six books another story emerges: the successful set up of Willow's tea shop and the business getting going. There just needs to be a little more tension.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dina Meredith lehane

    The story lines were interesting, with enough information provided that the reader could figure out the murderer without it being obvious. I enjoyed the characters, although i would have liked more development of the supporting characters. My only criticism is that the author stresses, rather blatantly, that the action takes place in the US, but continually uses British slang. This was distracting to me, but that's just my picky brain. I would recommend the series to people who enjoy cozy mysterie The story lines were interesting, with enough information provided that the reader could figure out the murderer without it being obvious. I enjoyed the characters, although i would have liked more development of the supporting characters. My only criticism is that the author stresses, rather blatantly, that the action takes place in the US, but continually uses British slang. This was distracting to me, but that's just my picky brain. I would recommend the series to people who enjoy cozy mysteries.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Marlene Taylor

    Tea shop Just read these stories over the past 3 days and loved them. I'm actually scared of cats but have developed a fondness for Mavis. All the characters are believable. I especially love Charley as he's British but love the other characters too. Have enjoyed Reg on his alien sightings. Have got pictures in my head of what they all look like. The stories are easy to read and not to gruesome. Will definitely read more from this author. Great fun. Tea shop Just read these stories over the past 3 days and loved them. I'm actually scared of cats but have developed a fondness for Mavis. All the characters are believable. I especially love Charley as he's British but love the other characters too. Have enjoyed Reg on his alien sightings. Have got pictures in my head of what they all look like. The stories are easy to read and not to gruesome. Will definitely read more from this author. Great fun.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Petra Beck

    Not sure why these books have such a high rating. I downloaded the box set book 1-6 but gave up at book 4. Characters are very sketchy, to say the least, and none of the protagonists are very likeable. All we know about the main character Willow is she is tall and middle aged, likes herbal tea, and is more than just a bit weird. Also she is alternately long- or shortsighted, never wears her glasses but then all of a sudden spots minor details. She doesn't seem overly concerned after her "boyfrie Not sure why these books have such a high rating. I downloaded the box set book 1-6 but gave up at book 4. Characters are very sketchy, to say the least, and none of the protagonists are very likeable. All we know about the main character Willow is she is tall and middle aged, likes herbal tea, and is more than just a bit weird. Also she is alternately long- or shortsighted, never wears her glasses but then all of a sudden spots minor details. She doesn't seem overly concerned after her "boyfriend" was killed in book 1, except for one weeping episode, and promply hooks up with another bloke in book 2. Her friends are an odd bunch, too. None of them seems to want to co-operate with the sheriff, who is oscillating between incompetent and helpful. Book 2 is the oddest one of the lot as it seems to stop midstream. Book 4 isn't too bad as it is more coherent. but I still gave up. Odd people, odd stories, sorry not for me.

  5. 4 out of 5

    sarah williams

    Murder mysteries and tea Willow Foxglove has turned her conservatory into a tea shop. She grows her own herbs for the tea that she and her customers drink. Willow is also very good at figuring out who done it, mysteries. It felt like I was in the United kingdom, instead of America, and I wish the author has based her books in another country. The grammar was of the uk. Which is totally fine. Read and enjoy!

  6. 5 out of 5

    paula sumner

    Cuppa tea? These six stories about a lady who has the right tough for the right teas plus solving murder mysteries are great. I’ve enjoyed all six novels, each easily readable in a short amount of time. I enjoyed the progress the story takes with each book. I did puzzle as to location, it might be the USA, New England maybe. Some of the descriptors made me think the author was British but now I see she is from NZ. I look forward to reading more of her cozy mysteries.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Catherine L Miller

    Thoroughly enjoyed this whole series; wonderful cat/kitten and great suggestions on managing allergies. Just one quibble, could there be some explanation of terms which are less common in the US? Some of the cookies, for instance sound interesting but I haven't a clue what they are. The formation of a family which is made of close friends is a strong message for those of us who live alone and as of now are isolating due to the virus. I plan to start the Bake Shop mysteries tomorrow as I am missi Thoroughly enjoyed this whole series; wonderful cat/kitten and great suggestions on managing allergies. Just one quibble, could there be some explanation of terms which are less common in the US? Some of the cookies, for instance sound interesting but I haven't a clue what they are. The formation of a family which is made of close friends is a strong message for those of us who live alone and as of now are isolating due to the virus. I plan to start the Bake Shop mysteries tomorrow as I am missing the small town closeness.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Trish Goodgame

    Loved this set of mysteries Tea Shop Cozy Mysteries, books 1-6 were delightful light reading. Interesting characters who developed over the series and of course being an animal lover, Mavis the kitten is a favourite! Recommended for lovers of cozy mysteries, without any profanity, gore or graphic scenes.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    I really liked all 6 of these books. The characters are believable as are the plots. I'm not sure if they're set in the US or England because there are phrases and words from either/both places. I wish the author would explain why her husband was named "Molly". If I find more in the series, I will read them. I really liked all 6 of these books. The characters are believable as are the plots. I'm not sure if they're set in the US or England because there are phrases and words from either/both places. I wish the author would explain why her husband was named "Molly". If I find more in the series, I will read them.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Patricia A Spring

    Cost murder mysteries Cute cosy murder mysteries, a bit disappointed in the main characters. Willow takes for granted that Harmony will help her whenever needed but never pays or offers a partnership even when acknowledging Harmony has good ideas. Not liking Charlie, boyfriend number two

  11. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Sutera

    Tea Shop Cozy Mysteries Enjoyable The series of tea shop cozy mysteries had good character interactions and each story had a truly different plot. That was a pleasing surprise from other sets which often had a similar plot. I personally think they got better and more detailed as the series goes along. Sweet and easy enjoyment.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lee Ann Dennis

    A fun way to spend the evenings The characters are like dear old friends very early in the series. The stories are lite and light-hearted, but full of little twists and turns to keep you reading for the next clue. I have truly enjoyed this series. Thank you Ms Hayton for sharing such delightful tales.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Marcy Schroeder

    Covid has been difficult for all of us. Staying home can be difficult. I'm retired so I have to stay home. Katherine Hayton's books have become my much needed entertainment. These books are easy to read, lighthearted, with enough twists to keep mystery fans interested. I am glad she is a prolific writer and pray her books last me through much of the remaining days. Thank you. Covid has been difficult for all of us. Staying home can be difficult. I'm retired so I have to stay home. Katherine Hayton's books have become my much needed entertainment. These books are easy to read, lighthearted, with enough twists to keep mystery fans interested. I am glad she is a prolific writer and pray her books last me through much of the remaining days. Thank you.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ballard

    Fun Read Loved the characters and how they supported each other. Interesting walking through the steps of starting a business with the character. Great book to take along with me while transporting my husband to therapy.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cascade

    I enjoyed the first 6 books very much. Willow and her crew of friends was enjoyable and some of the plots were very unexpected. Bringing UFOs into the mix is quite a surprise but Reg pulls off very well.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    A cozy mystery series that intertwines stories with eccentric characters (and an adorable kitty) who love and support each other as best friends who are as close as family. A truly gentle, lovely series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sheelagh Regan

    The title says it all The book lives up to its description it’s cosy and warm. The characters are well written and come alive off the page it feels like something you would watch in the afternoons on television.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    This collection of stories is wonderful. I've read the first three and they all build of each other just enough to show progress in the main characters life. Each individual story is a cozy whodunit. The stories are not surper suspenseful but perfect to wind down with possibly with a cup of tea This collection of stories is wonderful. I've read the first three and they all build of each other just enough to show progress in the main characters life. Each individual story is a cozy whodunit. The stories are not surper suspenseful but perfect to wind down with possibly with a cup of tea

  19. 5 out of 5

    No-One

    I grabbed the box set on Amazon, tried it out. Within the first few pages, I was hoping the heroine ended up being the first murder victim. She doesn't listen to ANYONE. At least I assume she was the heroine because she didn't end up dead at the end of the first chapter. NOT for me. I grabbed the box set on Amazon, tried it out. Within the first few pages, I was hoping the heroine ended up being the first murder victim. She doesn't listen to ANYONE. At least I assume she was the heroine because she didn't end up dead at the end of the first chapter. NOT for me.

  20. 4 out of 5

    David St. Lawrence

    Cute Stories! If you like little old ladies who constantly get into trouble and have fun doing it over and over again, these are the stories for you! Like a jar full of chocolate chip cookies, they are too sweet to be good for you, but you can't stop consuming them! Cute Stories! If you like little old ladies who constantly get into trouble and have fun doing it over and over again, these are the stories for you! Like a jar full of chocolate chip cookies, they are too sweet to be good for you, but you can't stop consuming them!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Perryman

    Tea shop cozy’s I read all 6 books in the set. At first I put it down after about 50 pages but thankfully I picked it up and read again. I read through 6 straight. I now love the series

  22. 4 out of 5

    Meg

    Light and Fun I really enjoyed reading these. As my headline says, “Light and Fun”! In between research and curriculum writing (I’m a teacher) it was lovely to sit back and relax and enjoy some fun fiction.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Marion Ryder

    This was a fun series with characters of all ages. I liked the fact that the MC was older. I like to read stories with people more my age sometimes. I can relate to them better in some ways Very good series

  24. 4 out of 5

    delores

    Intriguing set for cozy entertainment I really enjoyed this set of mystery stories engaging characters and well executed plotting. It provided a wonderful easy day of lite reading.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Janice Hetrick

    Good reads witty and funny The books in this series were interesting and mysterious. Well written, and I can not speak for anyone else, they were right up my alley. I read mysteries and love when they have cats and dogs in the mix. Keep the books coming.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Kindle unlimited It is in a set, that makes it easier for me, especially since I have to hide voice. I liked these ok, liked the ones with Marjorie better, not like the cupcake ones at all.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Pam Esser

    Fun Series I enjoyed reading these in sequence to see the characters develop. While not fast paced, it kept my interest in order to see who did it!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    Not my cup of tea. A little too cozy for my taste.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mrs L T Carver

    A brilliant saga

  30. 5 out of 5

    Merv

    Light hearted ‘cosy’ mystery Good read interesting plots. Ideal for filling in time while I flew across Australia, good value and entertaining read, well done

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