Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Review: Tea is for Terror by Gayle Wigglesworth

Claire Gulliver heads an 'untour' to England & Wales where first time overseas travelers are encouraged to do their own thing at the stops along the way. She was supposed to be co-sponsoring it with her friend Lucy who is an experienced traveler, but Lucy had an unexpected accident right before the trip. Many problems and misdaventures occur during the trip because sinister people have hidden plans.

I really enjoyed this book, partly because I loved the detailed descriptions of the places they visit. Also, I did like Claire and the concept very much. The mystery itself was a bit predictable but enjoyable all the same.


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