The next audiobook in the Jennifer Asheley’s series is out, following the exploits of cook and amateur sleuth Kat Holloway investigating a “Death in Kew Gardens”.
Here’s what they say about the story “In return for a random act of kindness, scholar Li Bai Chang presents young cook Kat Holloway with a rare and precious gift – a box of tea. Kat thinks no more of her unusual visitor until two days later when the kitchen erupts with the news that Lady Cynthia’s next-door neighbor has been murdered.
Known about London as an Old China Hand, the victim claimed to be an expert in the language and customs of China, acting as intermediary for merchants and government officials. But Sir Jacob’s dealings were not what they seemed, and when the authorities accuse Mr. Li of the crime, Kat and Daniel find themselves embroiled in a world of deadly secrets that reach from the gilded homes of Mayfair to the beautiful wonder of Kew Gardens.”
“You, Me and Everything” written by Helen J. Rolfe and recently recorded for Dreamscape: “Have you ever had to make an impossible choice?Lydia and Theo face the unthinkable when a knock at the door changes everything. As Lydia begins to pick up the pieces, not every part of the puzzle fits together as neatly as it did before, and as she discovers the truth about the man she loves, she finds herself stuck in limbo. When Theo finally wakes up from a coma, Lydia is faced with a heartbreaking dilemma. She has a history with him, the man she thought she’d spend the rest of her life with, but has too much happened to be able to forgive and forget?”