After the sudden loss of her husband, Joe, Nora Cooper makes a startling discovery: shortly before his death, Joe secretly sold their newly purchased dream home on Martha's Vineyard, where the couple had planned to retire. Nora doesn't know what to think. As she searches for answers, she is tormented by grief and doubt--until she starts receiving mysterious and inexplicable messages in Scrabble letters, messages that Nora believes could have been written only by Joe. Using a strength she didn't know she had, Nora follows these strange clues to discover the truth about Joe and their life together--and navigates the danger inherent in her new, special gift.
"Avid teapot collector Rose Freemont takes a break from her Victorian tea house only to find a new mystery brewing elsewhere . . .a a Leaving her home in Gracious Grove behind her, Rose is off to the annual convention of the International Teapot Collector's Society. Her granddaughter, Sophie, is minding the tea house while she's away. Rose is eager for tough cookie Zunia Pettigrew to appraise a prized antique teapot she believes may be a holy water vessel from China. a But when Zunia declares the pot a fake, Rose is really steamed. After Zunia's found dead beside Rose's dinged-in teapot, Sophie must rush to her grandmother's aid and find the real killer-before Rose is steeped in any more trouble . . .a Praise foraTempest in a Teapot'An intriguing debut, brewed with a rich blend of tea and empathy.' aVirginia Lowell, national bestselling author ofaCookies and Screama 'This light-hearted mystery becomes a page-turner of a read that I could not put down.' aMyShelf.com"