Retired schoolteachers and amateur sleuths Liz, Pat and Thelma are giving up their coffee morning for a brand-new mystery. The perfect cosy crime story for fans of The Thursday Murder Club, by Richard Osman
Retired teachers Pat, Liz and Thelma are happiest whiling away their hours over coffee, cake and chat at the Thirsk Garden Centre cafÃ©.
But when their good friend Marguerite claims to have uncovered a mysterious charity shop that has since vanished, they simply can’t resist investigating.
Before long, our trio of unlikely sleuths find themselves embroiled in a race against the clock to get to the bottom of this mystery – but who has a secret to hide and how far will they go to keep it concealed?
Only time will tell . . .
Praise for J.M. Hall:
‘I absolutely loved this cosy mystery? Keeps you turning the pages. It’s an easy read and perfect for these cold winter nights’ NetGalley review, ?????
‘Absolutely loved this book!! I really enjoyed the characters and the sweet story line!! I was up all night reading and couldn’t put the book down! I highly recommend!!’ NetGalley review?????
‘Charming? The plot is cozy and tricky, with just the right blend of Miss Marple, interesting and quirky characters, secrets, unexpected nuance, colourful cardigans, and of course, heaps of tea and warm companionship. I loved this book‘ NetGalley review ?????
‘Gripping and addictive‘ NetGalley review ?????
‘Oh how brilliant was this book?! I must have read it in about two servings as I just couldn’t put it down? Had great comical moments throughout. A really good murder mystery book’ NetGalley review ?????
‘Warm characters and wonderful writing? It’s steeped in Yorkshire like a mug of hot, strong tea? I loved it‘ SJ Bennett, author of The Windsor Knot
‘A great cozy mystery? Wonderful‘ NetGalley review ?????
‘This book is a joy, I really, really loved it? A five star read‘ NetGalley review ?????
‘Poignant and relatable, I want these ladies as my friends!‘ NetGalley review ?????