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Publisher's Summary

In best-selling author Karen Rose Smith's sixth delightfully devious Daisy's Tea Garden Mystery, Pennsylvania Amish country's favorite tea house proprietor, Daisy Swanson, finds herself going back to school expecting to serve tea - only to get a crash course in criminal justice!

The faculty of Willow Creek High School are having a get-together after the spring concert with refreshments provided, courtesy of Daisy's Tea Garden. Oolong tea and chocolate biscuits are just what the staff needs to help them unwind from Althea Higgins's demanding curriculum. Her lessons on such controversial subjects as school uniforms and under qualified substitute teachers are earning her an F from her colleagues.

But a failing grade was preferable to Althea falling victim to foul play. Daisy was there when her body was discovered in the school swimming pool, murdered by strangulation. Althea was certainly a strict, opinionated taskmaster, disliked by both teachers and students, but would any of them actually want to kill her? As Daisy starts asking questions, she gets a real education in Althea's history, discovering more than enough enemies with more than enough motives to cancel her classes permanently....

©2021 Karen Rose Smith (P)2021 Tantor

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  • Jennifer Seaman
  • 06-05-21

Love this series!

When a teacher is found dead strangled in the pool at a school event, Daisy is determined to help her friends out and find out who the killer was.

I didn't like this one as much as I've liked other books in this series. I think this one was just trying to do too much and didn't have enough time to finish with all of the different storylines. I know I've enjoyed seeing a lot of Daisy's life in previous books, but it seemed like the mystery was an afterthought in this one.