Miss Knight and the Night in Lagos

Where African myth meets Victorian manners. The mission is simple: Travel to Lagos, save the Brownies, and don’t die in the process. Unfortunately for paranormal investigator Miss Beatrice Knight, her employer is a werewolf which means nothing is ever simple. Upon arrival, Miss Knight is insulted by the police, chased by a vampire, and visited by a talking chimp. Everything is going according to plan, just not her plan. At least they serve tea in the colonies, but will that be enough to survive the night? Miss Knight and the Night in Lagos is a prequel to the Society for Paranormals series, in which a paranormal detective refuses to let danger, death, and unsolicited suitors inconvenience her in colonial Kenya. Welcome to a cozy mystery series concerning Victorian etiquette, African mythology, and the search for a perfect spot of tea.

Meet Vered Ehsani

Vered Ehsani has been a writer since she could hold pen to paper, which is a lot longer than she cares to admit. She lives in Kenya with her family and various other animals. The monkeys in her backyard inspire Vered to create fun, upbeat adventures with a supernatural twist. She enjoys playing with quirky, witty characters who don’t quite fit the template for ‘normal’ despite their best efforts. She’s perfectly comfortable exploring the brighter side of human nature. Are you looking for a mind-refreshing dip into a charming, fanciful world? Then welcome. Sit down with a cup of tea and prepare to be reminded that life can be a delightful place.

Witch Time for Tea

The Hotel Wavily, where the service is to die for. The pet crocodile and adopted zebra notwithstanding, the family-run Hotel Wavily is pretty much like any other hotel catering to mafia fugitives and criminally-inclined individuals. Everyone has something to hide, including Evian Wavily, who discovers the secret to her family’s success: witchcraft. As bad luck would have it, she’s inherited blood magic, the most dangerous form of witchery and one that is banned across most of the witching world. As if that’s not inconvenient enough, a high-level mafia guest is murdered in the hotel’s health clinic, and Tea Town’s only doctor gets arrested for the crime. It’s up to Evian, her batty familiar Squeaks, and her best friend Rita to solve the crime, preferably before afternoon tea. But they aren’t the only ones interested in the case. As Evian is about to learn, some murders are never meant to be solved. Witch Time for Tea is the first case file in the Wavily Witches Cozy Mystery series set in Tea Town, Kenya. Welcome to The Hotel Wavily where the guests are wicked, the owners are witches, and the service is to kill for. If you enjoy exotic locations, eccentric characters, and bewitching stories, then download Case 1 to start your spellbinding African holiday today!

Meet Vered Ehsani

Vered Ehsani has been a writer since she could hold pen to paper, which is a lot longer than she cares to admit. She lives in Kenya with her family and various other animals. The monkeys in her backyard inspire Vered to create fun, upbeat adventures with a supernatural twist. She enjoys playing with quirky, witty characters who don’t quite fit the template for ‘normal’ despite their best efforts. She’s perfectly comfortable exploring the brighter side of human nature. Are you looking for a mind-refreshing dip into a charming, fanciful world? Then welcome. Sit down with a cup of tea and prepare to be reminded that life can be a delightful place.