The McHenrys and the Frenchs are about as friendly with each as the Hatfields and McCoys. The question is why would recently widowed Heather French nee McHenry invite them all to a free vacation with her. The McHenrys themselves can’t stop arguing with each other. But when one of Heather’s guests is poisoned with literally Murder in a Teacup, the tea shop’s owner, Lily, must solve the crime. No one’s shop needs that type of publicity.
Wow, I was totally blindsided by the mystery’s solution. I ignored all the clues and instead caught a creel of red herrings. There is a final twist in the plot that I also didn’t expect.
If you want to read a challenging cozy mystery, Murder in a Teacup is the perfect book for you. 5 stars!
Thanks to Kensington Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.