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Author: Karen Rose Smith Narrator: C. S. E. Cooney Publisher: Tantor Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Daisy’s Tea Garden Mysteries Release Date: October 2019 ISBN: 9781977333285
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Daisy's Tea Garden in Pennsylvania's Amish country is known for its elegant finger foods—but now owner Daisy Swanson has to finger a killer . . .

Restaurant critic Derek Schumaker, notorious for his bitter reviews, is about to visit Daisy's Tea Garden, and Daisy and Aunt Iris are simmering with anxiety. A bad word from the culinary curmudgeon could really hurt their business, but Daisy tries to stay confident. After all, how can he resist her cucumber sandwiches with pimento spread—not to mention the cheesy cauliflower soup and strawberry walnut salad?

Schumaker takes a to-go order when the afternoon tea service is done, which Daisy hopes is a good sign. But when he perishes from a seizure, it looks like his food was dosed with something deadly. Considering a threat that recently appeared on his blog—and whispers of scandal in his past—Daisy has quite an assortment of suspects to sift through . . . Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Karen Rose Smith is the author of seven Caprice De Luca mysteries. She is married to her college sweetheart and lives in the Susquehanna Valley of Pennsylvania.

About the Narrator

C. S. E. Cooney is a writer, actor, poet, and singer-songwriter. She narrates for Podcastle, the world’s first audio fantasy magazine; Uncanny Magazine, an online science fiction and fantasy magazine; and the poetry journals Goblin Fruit and Stone Telling.