Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Murder, She Wrote: Coffee, Tea, or Murder? by Donald Bain

World-famous mystery writer J.B. Fletcher is on the move again - and this time, to London! She and several other Cabot Cove locals have the opportunity to fly in a fancy luxury aircraft on its first cross-Atlantic voyage, courtesy of the owner, a former Cabot Cove resident. But the trip proves to be more work than pleasure for Jessica; they've barely landed in England before the body of the owner is discovered. His wife, crew, and business partners all have motives for wanting him dead - but who was the one who killed him? And are the rest of the passengers at risk? While in many ways a standard Murder She Wrote novel, Coffee, Tea, or Murder? has many things going for it. There's old favourites from Cabot Cove, an exotic location, and, most exciting for me, an appearance by Jessica's Scotland Yard beau, Inspector George Sullivan.

Find it at IndieBound.

Read it with:
Nashville Noir by Donald Bain
Murder Never Takes a Holiday by Donald Bain
Panning for Murder by Donald Bain
Dying to Retire by Donald Bain
The Maine Mutiny by Donald Bain

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