Smokes of Death Beer (Banerjee and Muller Mystery Series, #1)

Smokes of Death Beer (Banerjee and Muller Mystery Series, #1)

by Shana Frost

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A town known for its smoked beer. What if this pint is your last?


Nina Banerjee wants to enjoy medieval architecture, history and Rauchbier in the charming town of Bamberg in Bavaria. But when she stumbles upon the dead body of a man she just shared a beer with, things take a turn for the worse.


This quaint town, with its half-timbered houses and touristy attractions, is not all that safe. It's a playground for criminals, who run riot with murder on their minds.


What will Nina do? Will she sit still as Detective Robert Muller labels her a prime suspect, or will curiosity get the better of her?



All novels in the Banerjee and Muller Mystery Series are short reads, something that'll fit perfectly in your busy schedule. You can read them in any order you like. 

Each mystery is based in a historic setting with inquisitive characters and criminals with no graphic violence. Join Private Investigator Robert Muller and amateur sleuth Nina Banerjee as they uncover secrets and mysteries that'll keep you turning pages well into the night. 

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940164401177
Publisher: Shana Frost
Publication date: 10/02/2020
Series: Banerjee and Muller Mystery Series
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 55,773
File size: 280 KB

About the Author

Are you looking to solve murders? Perfect, Shana loves plotting them.

As a debut writer, Shana Frost is in her secret den hatching murders and having a blast with Aileen and the gang. It's crazy in there...

When not in the den, Shana always has her nose buried between the pages of a fiction novel. After all, the tantalising aroma of a story is far more enticing, especially for a sensitive nose like hers.

Shana’s powerful sense of smell has helped her sniff out murder mysteries and a wide variety of characters.

Occasionally, she finds herself wandering ancient hallways of a castle, or a museum trying to smell the tales these walls effuse.

The traveller Ibn Battuta wasn’t wrong when he wrote, “Travelling- It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller”

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