Till Death Do Us Tart : Oxford Tearoom Mysteries

  • by H.Y. Hanna
  • Narrated by Pearl Hewitt
  • Series: Oxford Tearoom Mysteries
  • 8 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Oxfordshire tearoom owner Gemma Rose enters her little tabby, Muesli, in the cat show at the local village fair, the last thing she expects is to stumble across a murder. And when her meddling mother and the nosy Old Biddies decide to start their own investigation, Gemma has no choice but to join in the sleuthing. She soon finds there's something much more sinister sandwiched between the homemade Victoria sponge cakes and luscious jam tarts!
But murder isn't the only thing on Gemma's mind: there's the desperate house-hunting that's going nowhere, the freaky kitchen explosions at her quaint English tearoom, and an offer from her handsome detective boyfriend that she can't refuse! With things about to reach boiling point, can Gemma solve the mystery before the killer strikes again?

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Another fun read in the Oxford Tearoom Mysteries.
The identity of the killer was a real mystery and kept me guessing until the end.
All my favourite characters make an appearance and Gemma and Devlin's relationship motors along at a nice sedate pace. I love how the writer brings Muesli, the cat, into the main story line as well. A cat show was a completely different setting for a murder.
I liked that Devlin was working on another case at the same time. He had a high profile agri crime case to solve and I felt that it could have had more of an impact on the story than merely facilitating an official reason for his presence at a village fete. There wasn't much of a resolution to the crimes he was investigating and I thought it would have been more interesting if the Gemma's murder investigation had been connected more. I would have liked Gemma to have faced some danger along the way or to have crossed paths with Devlin's criminal gang to add a little bit of excitement.

A nice, charming mystery with humour. I would recommend this series.

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- Inishowen Cailin

Cosy little murder

I enjoy the Oxford tea room murder mysteries as there is always a lot of suspects in each book. However I feel the performance let this book down which is a shame, as I think Pearl Hewitt has down an excellent job in previous book,the voice for one of the main suspect was just annoying and grated but other that it was a nice little mystery with lots of clues ot help you work out who the murder was.

I enjoyed Mussel (Gemma's cat) playing a bigger part and it is quite often her antics that make you laugh. Although my dog wasn't to happy with all the cat meowing in this book.
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- Julie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-06-2017
  • Publisher: H.Y. Hanna