Murder and Mint Tea

Murder and Mint Tea

by Janet Lane Walters
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Overview

Murder and Mint Tea by Janet Lane Walters

Katherine is a retired nurse and a retired church organist. The small Hudson River village where she lives in her Victorian “Painted Lady” makes her the neighborhood matriarch. Along with her Maine Coon Cat Robespierre, she guards friends and families.

When amoral Rachel moves into the first floor apartment of Katherine’s house, trouble erupts. The murder weapon is one she recognizes and makes her fear for her friends and family. Finding the killer becomes her goal.

Editorial Review
Murder and Mint Tea is a gem in its genre, combining the voice of a classic American whodunit with that of a traditional British detective novel. Murder She Wrote meets Miss Marple in a beautifully crafted tale that makes the reader want to reach into the pages and dispense justice to the villainess themselves. ~ Writer Gail Roughton

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154361054
Publisher: BWL Publishing Inc.
Publication date: 05/07/2017
Series: Mrs Miller Mysteries
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 747,780
File size: 834 KB

About the Author

Janet Lane Walters has been writing and published since the days of the typewriter. She has 30 plus novels and seven novellas plus four non-fiction books published. Janet lives in the scenic Hudson River valley with her husband, a psychiatrist who has no desire to cure her obsession with writing. She is the mother of four and the grandmother of five with two children expected to arrive soon from China. Janet writes in a number of genres - Romance from sweet to sensual and from contemporary to fantasy and paranormal. She has published cozy mysteries and medical suspense. She also has a number of YA fantasies published.

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Murder and Mint Tea 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the landlord, Mrs. Miller, and hated her downstairs tenant ... just as the author intended, I'm sure! The book kept me up late since I just couldn't put it down until I knew whodunit.