Life after death just got deadlier.
Mrs. Beatrice Timmons (aka Miss Knight) is thoroughly unimpressed by the troop of monkeys that have invaded her kitchen. Of course, that’s only the beginning of the influx of undesirable critters. When a giant spider appears in the garden, Mrs. Timmons knows there’s trouble brewing and it’s not served with tea. A choice must be made: agree to an unholy alliance or endanger an unborn child? To confound matters further, her husband disapproves of the whole venture. And that’s before Mrs. Timmons vanishes into the Underworld to pay an unsolicited visit to the God of Death. While it’s all for a good cause, the consequences could be dire.
Miss Knight and the Spider’s Web is the sixth case in 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.
★★★★★ “Once again, I am giving a five-star review to another one of Ms. Ehsani’s books in her “Society for Paranormals” series. It’s truly not like anything else I’ve ever read! Weaving creatures from African folklore into each story, Ms. Ehsani creates tales that evoke a time and place both alarmingly real and quite fantastical. Our heroine, Bee, just can’t help falling headlong into danger, but it’s always because of her need to be helpful, and proper, of course.” — CJ
★★★★★ “Fans of Beatrice Knight will love this book! We’ve become enchanted by the Victorian lady facing paranormal entities in Africa with dignity and courage. I for one love the part after the book where the author fesses up and tells us what is truth and what is fiction, sometimes truth can be just as strange as fiction.” — Diane Rapp
★★★★★ “Are you ready to read about paranormal creatures that are different from everything else out there? Are you interested in learning a little about a location rarely written about? Are you curious how a victorian-paranormal woman would react to the above? Then buy the series, sit back, relax and be prepared to smile.” — mYbks
★★★★★ ” I am enjoying this series so much, reading how relationships and characters evolve and grow, learning some African mythology. The Fact and Fiction summary at the end of the novel. “A Spider Comes Calling” is my favourite book of the series so far. I would love to meet Beatrice and many of the characters in these wonderful books.” — Kate Ashley
★★★★★ “Beatrice may think she has no maternal instincts, but when a giant spider and a deadly mantis come to take Lily’s unborn baby daughter for an un-deadly scheme, Beatrice will have none of it! This sixth adventure has Beatrice caring for a tiny creature, while training for a terrible mission, in order to save the baby. The pace is fast, furious, and filled with unusual creatures of the dark and light.” — Cleargrace
If you enjoy historical mysteries, adore Victorian steampunk, appreciate British humor, or would love to experience adventure in colonial Africa, download Miss Knight and the Spider’s Web to start your supernatural safari today.istorical mysteries, adore Victorian steampunk, appreciate British humor, or would love to experience adventure in colonial Africa, download Miss Knight and the Spider’s Web to start your supernatural safari today.