Ghosts of Tsavo

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Armed with Victorian etiquette and a dead husband, Beatrice Knight arrives in colonial Kenya desperate for a pot of tea. She’ll need more than that if she’s to unravel the mystery of the Ghosts of Tsavo without being eaten in the process. She must endure all manner of inconveniences while surviving the efforts of her safari guide to feed her to the lions. What is a ghost-chasing widow to do? More
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Vered Ehsani lives in Kenya with her family and various other animals. Visit Vered and her world of African paranormal thrillers at and get 3 free books.

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About the Series: Society for Paranormals
A paranormal detective refuses to let danger, death and unwanted suitors inconvenience her in colonial Kenya. Welcome to a cozy mystery series concerning Victorian etiquette, African mythology and the search for a perfect spot of tea. If you enjoy historical mysteries, adore Victorian steampunk, appreciate British humor, or would love to experience adventure in colonial Africa, get ready to start your supernatural safari today.

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Sadie S. Forsythe reviewed on on April 9, 2016

I found this an entertaining read, very much in the style of Gail Carriger's Parasol Protectorate. In fact, if I had a major complaint, it would be that, despite a different setting and carrying a walking stick instead of a parasol, the character is just a little too like Alexia Tarabotti. Be that as it may, I did really quite like this. I enjoyed the African setting, Bee's voice as a narrator, the mystery, etc.

I did think the shrill of a wife was a bit cliched, as was the character's sense that all other females and all their silly femaleness were utterly ridiculous and dismissible. I thought the conclusion seemed a bit abrupt and I would have liked a little more of a wrap up of what happened to Kam and the twins. I was also disappointed to find it a bit of a cliffhanger, but all in all, I ended this happy enough to search out sequels.
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