The Final Crumpet

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Wheeler Pub., 2006 - Fiction - 485 pages
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Etienne Makepeace, England's celebrated "Tea Sage," vanished without a trace in 1966, leaving the whole of Great Britain wondering what became of the famed radio personality. Forty years later his hastily buried remains are discovered beneath two sickly Assam tea bushes in the Royal Tunbridge Wells Tea Museum's tea garden--"along with the pistol that killed him. Nigel Owens, curator, and Flick Adams, tea chemist, are thus embroiled in the second mystery to threaten the integrity of the museum. Are they in over their heads this time?

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User Review  - rretzler - LibraryThing

This book continues the Royal Tunbridge Wells series where the first book left off. The Museum must buy its exhibits which were only loaned to it originally, and is in the process of getting a loan to ... Read full review

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This is one of the most enjoyable mystery novels I have ever read, and I have more than I could possibly count. The characters are extremely likeable and have enough flaws to make them seem real ... Read full review

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