Death is on the menu.
With the Wedding Killer behind bars, the witchy Beatrice Knight Timmons is able to focus on managing The Cozy Tea Shoppe.
But when the African God of Death pays her a visit after losing his throne, danger is back on the menu. All decorum is thrown out with the tea leaves as the line between the living and the dead gets thinner with the passing of every full moon.
Only Miss Knight can persuade the powers-that-be to reinstate Death and the circle of life. But everyone has their own agenda, and time is running out.
While the small colonial town of Nairobi is used to all manner of monsters and mayhem, this latest debacle might need more than a pot of tea to endure it.
Miss Knight and the Throne of Death is the ninth case in the Society for Paranormals series, in which a paranormal detective refuses to let danger, death, and unsolicited suitors inconvenience her in the small town of Nairobi. Welcome to a cozy mystery series concerning Victorian etiquette, African mythology, and the search for a perfect spot of tea.
★★★★★ “Vered Ehsani has a prolific imagination fed by folklore of African origins. Readers become addicted to her wry humor and colorful cast of characters.” — Diane Rapp
★★★★★ “How Verde Ehsani continues to create new and exciting stories amazes me. Using the main characters in interesting new ways and with new characters being introduced, just keeps me wanting more.” — loisk2256
★★★★★ “Miss Beatrice Knight – Timmons never ceases to amaze the reader with her resourcefulness, dry humor, and common sense. The author masterfully recreates 1900’s Nairobi’s society and atmosphere, and Vered’s knowledge of African mythology is exceptional.” — Cherie
★★★★★ “Danger must be faced to keep humanity safe. And where do the Gods go when they need the voice of reason? To Mrs. Knight. Together with her most powerful friends they will make right what has gone wrong. Do whatever it takes. Wonderful story.” — Rhonda Jones
★★★★★ “Her heroine, Beatrice Knight Timmons, has matured emotionally and has embraced her African friends, who now share in her adventures and emotions. No spoilers, but this is my favorite so far. I have just completed it, and am going to re-read it to catch some of the humor I missed.” — Kindle Gal
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 Throne of Death to start your supernatural safari today.