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   Bagels For Tea

Bagels For Tea
by Serita Stevens & Rayanne Moore

Category: Fiction / Mystery
0 pages; ISBN: 1582005060

Rating: 9/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Kathryn Lively


When it comes to family and the B'nai Brith Northside Senior's Tennis Championship, Fanny Zindel is a fierce protector. With a spirit that belies her age, Fanny is also a keen observer of relationships and situations gone awry. When she leaves the States to represent her Jewish community at an interfaith conference in England and finds that her granddaughter has been wrongfully expelled from her snobbish private school, Fanny is there to defend the family honor.

Things should go so smoothly, right? When the young woman who accused Fanny's granddaughter, Susan, of wrongdoing is found dead, Fanny must do more than defend honor. She is compelled to sleuth on her own to keep Susan from prison. Between clashes with her sometime companion, Nathan, and the estranged husband of her conference roommate, it is clear Fanny's job will not be simple. There doesn't seem to be anything in her bottomless "everything bag" (where Fanny stores absolutely everything) to help remedy the situation.

Once available in print, Hard Shell Word Factory has re-released Bagels For Tea in e-book format, thereby doing a wonderful service for mystery readers. Fanny Zindel is a sharp, endearingly acerbic sleuth with an appetite for justice as great as her appetite for a good bagel.


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