A Corpse In A Teacup: A Tuesday’s Tea Leaves Mystery, a Cozy Mystery with Female Sleuth Tuesday the Tea Leaf Reader

| November 15, 2013

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A Corpse In A Teacup: A Tuesday's Tea Leaves Mystery, a Cozy Mystery with Female Sleuth Tuesday the Tea Leaf Reader

If it’s Tuesday, it must be murder!

Fans of OMG (Olivia M. Granville) and The Darling Valley Mystery Series, pick up your Bonus Gift with this brand new cozy mystery series featuring female sleuth, tea leaf reader, Tuesday.

Tuesday made her debut in Darling Valley. Now welcome her as she embarks on her own collection of cozy mysteries set among the celebrities, film starts, film grunts, talents, scoundrels and saints in La La land.

Tuesday, tea leaf reader and female sleuth extraordinaire, believed she was leaving behind murder and mayhem when she said goodbye to Darling Valley and her beloved BFF, Olivia. But none of her readings prepared her for the murder and mayhem awaiting at home in LA, starting with her favorite client, actress Holley Wood, texting that someone has threatened to kill her if she doesn’t withdraw from a film project.

Suspense, danger and romance heat up for Tuesday when the teacups of the Mulberry Mafia, her clients at the upscale Mulberry Cat Café, keep showing a corpse and an ominous M. As the body count piles up, there is no mystery about the identity of the corpses. But does the M stand for murder, movie, money? A new man? Or is the Mulberry Cat Café itself in jeopardy?

As Tuesday crosses swords with leggy, savvy Detective Kanesha Jameson who looks like Beyoncé with a badge; thorny Natasha, owner of the Café; the brilliant but caustic Chef Marco; and the various men stalking beautiful, innocent Holley, Tuesday also has to solve the mystery of the disappearance of a dubious treasure; decide whether to accept a gift from the romance gods and welcome an unwanted surprise visit from her past.

Lighthearted Tuesday of the extravagantly eccentric wardrobe and blithe, ever positive lover of life Holley find their lives taking a dark turn as they navigate troubled waters, the dark streets of LA in a shoot out, attempt to maintain their strong belief in the innate goodness of humanity, while always remaining ready for their close-ups.

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