5 Bargain Books with a Tea or Coffee

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I'm always on the lookout for good bargain books.

Today I'm thinking of a nice coffee and a good read but then some of you might prefer a cup of tea so lets see what bargains we have.

Note: I am not sure how long these will be at such a good price.

Just click on the picture or title of each book to see more about it.

The Old Man and the Tea (Elmo Jenkins - Book Three)

Elmo Jenkins is back for another fun-filled adventure at First Church. Tag along as his cadre of quirky friends continue to amaze, stupefy, and entertain Reverend Elmo. Be there when Erlene gets thrown in the slammer for conking a policeman with her dentures. Discover how Eddie Hughes breaks both his nose and his big toe. And suffer with Elmo as Bonnie puts him on a health food regimen.

Thurm, Julianne, Father Ted and the rest of the gang are back along with new friends Sergio, the limo driver, and the mysterious Elijah Enoch. Through it all Elmo discovers some life-changing spiritual truths, and chances are, you will too.

A Sip of Murder (Japanese Tea Garden Mysteries Book 1)

When tea and murder make a bitter brew ...
Maddie Morgan’s life is going up in flames. She’s got ex-husband troubles, a mother-in-law feud, and a cantankerous parrot to contend with. But just as old doors close, a new one opens, beginning with the sudden death of Maddie’s grandmother and an unexpected inheritance. Moving to a new town, Maddie rolls up her sleeves and prepares to revive a run-down tourist attraction that could one day be returned to its former glory as a Japanese tea garden.
But getting the tea garden up and running won’t be easy, not with someone trying to sabotage her efforts. Worse still, there’s a murderer on the loose and corpses are popping up like daisies in the tea garden! 

A Scone To Die For (Oxford Tearoom Mysteries ~ Book 1)

"Scones, a tea shop in England, a kitty & a murder - yes, please!"

When an American tourist is murdered with a scone in her quaint English tearoom, Gemma must solve the mystery with the help of the nosy Old Biddies and a mischievous little feline named Muesli. But between her bossy, matchmaking mother and the return of her old college love as a handsome CID detective, Gemma soon has her hands full and her head spinning!

Murder is bad for business, especially when customers think your scones are more deadly than delicious. With the body count rising and her tearoom going bust, can Gemma find the killer before things turn to custard?
(*Traditional English scone recipe included)

A Killer Coffee Mystery Book Set: A Cozy Mystery (A Killer Coffee Mystery Series)

The series takes place in the cozy southern fictional tourist town of Honey Springs, Kentucky. 

Roxanne Bloom (her friends, though few call her Roxie) quit her job as a lawyer, divorced her cheating husband, and moved to the quaint town of Honey Springs, Kentucky where she'd spent many of her teenage summers visiting her eccentric and fun-loving Aunt Maxi.   There Roxy discovers the beloved book store owner murdered and Aunt Maxi is the number one suspect.

Roxy becomes entangled in another murder as she puts her sleuthing skills to work in order to prove that Louise Carlton didn't kill Fred Hill over a pet adoption gone wrong. After all, if Louise goes to jail, who is going to find all the animals at Pet Palace a home.

The town’s annual Christmas in the Park is underway and includes a Christmas Pawrade that’ll help the furry residents at Pet Palace get a home for Christmas. It’s not the four-legged creatures that steal the show, it’s the pair of legs sticking out from the Christmas tree lighting ceremony that has all the town talking. 

Coffee, Kids, and a Kidnapping (A Charlotte Ritter Mystery Book 1)

Charlotte Ritter is more than just a survivor

She’s a highly caffeinated go-getter who is busy raising three teenage kids on her own while juggling a full time job at a family law practice. Charlotte has always dealt with things one day and one cup of coffee at a time. It’s not always easy, especially with a highly autistic child and a new, snarky paralegal that was recently hired at the firm, but she manages. 
That is until the day her average but hectic life gets turned upside down when her boss asks her to do research for an adoption case. Charlotte’s talent for connecting dots that most people don’t see, leads her to believe there may have been an abduction that no one even knows about. Has she gone off the deep end or is she right and two people’s lives may be at stake? The only person who believes her is her close friend and co-worker Cole. 
The deeper they look for the truth, the worse things seem to get as Charlotte’s tenacity leads them down a dangerous path.

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  1. A very cute theme. I may look into a couple of these!

  2. If only I didn't already have such a long list of "to be read" books...

  3. These look like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing at Booknificent Thursday on Mommynificent.com!