Please read. Mr. Buttons has tarot cards. If this offends you, please do not buy this book.
From #1 Best-selling Cozy Mystery author Morgana Best.
A Cereal Killer (A Sibyl Potts Cozy Mystery, Book ONE)
Sibyl Potts has moved to the pleasant Australian town of Little Tatterford, eager to find a life of peace and quiet after her stressful divorce.
Within minutes of arriving in town, she sees a dead body and finds she is surrounded by eccentric people: the English gentleman, Mr. Buttons, who serves everyone tea and cucumber sandwiches, and her landlord, Cressida Upthorpe, who is convinced that her fat cat, Lord Farringdon, speaks to her. Yet Sibyl herself has a secret to keep.
How will Sybil’s secret put her at odds with Blake Wessley, the exasperated police officer who is trying to solve the murder?
In This Series:
1) A Cereal Killer
2) Murder Most Fowl
3) Never Say Dye (Out soon!)
All Morgana Best’s books are clean reads. The mystery in this book is solved.
There are no cliffhangers in Morgana Best books.
Morgana Best books are professionally edited. Also, they are written by a former grammar professor.
Please note: This book is not about ghosts or haunted houses.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
#1 Best-selling Cozy Mystery author, Morgana Best, lives in a small, historic, former gold mining town in Australia. She is owned by one highly demanding, rescued cat who is half Chinchilla, and two less demanding dogs, a chocolate Labrador and a rescued Dingo.
Morgana is a former college professor who now writes full time. Her subject was grammar. Morgana was a published author of dry academic books under a pen name, but abandoned academia to write cozy mysteries.
Morgana runs an animal rescue not-for-profit.
In her spare time, Morgana loves to read cozy mysteries, repurpose furniture, and renovate her old house. She tries to be vegan but has no will power when it comes to ice cream and chocolate.
Likes: animals, coffee, ice cream, grammar, chalk paint, upcycling and repurposing, renovating.
Dislikes: injustice, intolerance, calling animals “it”.