Two Down, Bun To Go (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 3)

Two Down, Bun To Go (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 3)

by H.Y. Hanna

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BN ID: 2940154671887
Publisher: Wisheart Press
Publication date: 07/04/2017
Series: Oxford Tearoom Mysteries , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 45,501
File size: 423 KB

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Two Down, Bun To Go (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 3) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again a wonderfully written story. Fantastic twists and turns. I'm still enjoying this series and am looking forward to the next book.
catwoman1a More than 1 year ago
I have both the audiobook and the ebook. Another wonderful mystery by HY Hanna The characters are so human that you feel you know them. First, there's Muesli, that intelligent little cat. Gemma, who owns the tearoom and is a good mystery investigator. Gemma's mother, who just loves to aggravate Gemma (and don't we all know someone like this?). And I can't say enough about the old biddies. They just tickle me. There are twists and turns for this mystery that kept me guessing. I just love this series. I think it's really fun. And Pearl Hewitt, the narrator, is just perfect.
MaryMagdalene More than 1 year ago
This is the third mystery novel starring Gemma Rose and her cute little Tabby, Muesli. Gemma owns and operates a quaint little tearoom in Oxford, and although she tries to live a quiet life, she always manages to stumble across a dead body, and the police always arrest the wrong person. In order to clear the innocent person who is wrongly accused, Gemma is drawn into doing some sleuthing on her own. When an old friend and former schoolmate (Seth Browning) is accused of murdering a colleague at Wadsworth College, the evidence piles up against him, since he was the one that was found standing over the dead body with a bloody dagger in his hand. Detective Devin O'Connor, one of Gemma's suitors, is leading the homicide investigation, but Gemma does some investigating on her own, and for the sake of helping her friend beat the murder rap, she holds back evidence from the police, which, as expected, does not sit well with the detective. It soon becomes obvious that the dead man, Professor Barrow, was an arrogant and heartless man who wasn't liked by anybody, and although Seth is the one who is in the hot seat, there were a lot of other people who hated Professor Barrow enough to kill him if given the chance. Who was really the killer? Seth? Professor Barrow's sister? One of his own colleagues at the college? The porter at the cloisters? The homeless man who was seen loitering across the street from the college campus? And how did they get into Wadsworth, when it is locked at night? As the story proceeds, we will also be meeting a few new characters who also have plenty of motive to kill Professor Barrow. You won't figure out who the killer is until the very end. All this is going on while Gemma's mother has flown off to Indonesia leaving Gemma with the task of finding a new pastry chef A.S.A.P., as well as trying to decide which of her two suitors she should choose. This story is charming, with the mischievous little Muesli always underfoot, but helping Gemma, in her own way, to sort out the clues and figure out who is the culprit. As a bonus, for those of you who like to cook, you'll find a Traditional Chelsea Bum recipe at the end of the book. I am glad to say I loved this story and I can't wait to read the next books in the series. However, even though events in the characters' lives continue from one book to the other, each book is a complete story in itself, and they are standalone books. Highly recommended.
JoselynS More than 1 year ago
Another excellent addition to the series. From the beginning you are drawn into the book with Hanna's excellent story telling, well rounded characters and laugh out loud moments. One of Gemma's best friends has been arrested for murder, but Gemma knows he couldn't have done it, despite how bad it looks and the evidence is stacked against him. Gemma vows to find the real killer and along with the "Little Old Biddies" they hunt down the clues and investigate leads. As usual, I was completely drawn in to the story and loved revisiting some of my favourite characters. I really do love the "Old Biddies" and can picture them holding court in Gemma's tearoom. The relationship between Gemma and her mother is hilarious as ever and doesn't disappoint.
LolaReviews More than 1 year ago
Another great instalment in this series. The murder mystery is interesting and kept me switching suspects and I liked how the mystery was handled. There were some nice twists and turns. I really like the characters in this series and come to like them more with each book. There are also some new fun characters introduced. I also liked the main character Gemma and how she's doing her best to help her friend Seth. I wasn't a big fan of how the romance was handled as it was a love triangle and I thought it was obvious who she would pick. I do think it's finally resolved at the end of the book. All in all a great cozy mystery and I am looking forward to the next book!
CozyLoverSLA More than 1 year ago
This is the third in the Oxford Tearoom Series. They just keep getting better and better. Curl up with a cup of tea, and enjoy. You won't want to stop. What could be better, a cozy, British, and a cute cat. They are just an enjoyable read. What wonderful cozies..... Buy them all....
The_Brats More than 1 year ago
Gemma Rose has always wanted to run her own tearoom and now she has it, along with her best friend, Cassie. Gemma’s mother has been acting as the baking chef while Gemma searches for a new one. Now, while Gemma’s mom has been doing a wonderful job with the baking, it was only supposed to be a temporary position. With the murder of Oxford’s eminent Professor Barrow, Gemma and Cassie’s friend Seth is arrested for the crime and they must work to clear him…the fact that he was caught holding the murder weapon while standing over the dead body only complicates things. However this is not a deterrent for our super sleuths! During the interviews for the baker position, Gemma is flabbergasted by the “suggestions” of the candidates. While Gemma is trying to find the murderer, she learns that Devlin O’Connor (her first love) is also working on the problem. Perhaps they can share information(?) If they work together, perhaps they can find the killer before anyone else is harmed. As usual, H.Y. Hanna’s characters all have developed personalities and interact quite believably. With each book, the “old biddies” become more involved with the story and play a larger part in the complex and interesting plots. Always a pleasure to read.
PeggyRMI More than 1 year ago
This is the third book in the Oxford Tearoom Mystery series and it is just as charming of a read as the first two books. This author has created wonderful, full, layered characters that also provide a bit of humor. Gemma Rose, our main character, is smart, sassy and loyal to her friends. In this book, she is called upon to help her old college friend Seth, who has been arrested for murder. With the help of the "Old Biddies" Gemma, also aided a bit by Devlin, rises to the task. While I thoroughly enjoy Gemma, Cassie, Devlin and the Old Biddies, I love to check in and see what Gemma's mom is up to in each book. She doesn't disappoint. This time, she brings along her best friend Helen for the ride. The mystery is as strong in this book as in the first two. There are plenty of suspects with viable motives for the crimes. Throw in well crafted twists, turns, and red herrings and this book will have readers turning the pages to see how the story ends.