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Pleading the Fish

Author: Bree Baker

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In the seventh and final book of Bree Baker’s critically acclaimed Seaside Cafe Mystery series, Pleading the Fish, Everly Swan’s wedding plans are upended by a dead body. She’ll have to run her teashop, find a dress, and catch a murderer all before she can walk down the aisle! Hitting all the sweet-tea spots, this series is:A delightful Tea Shop and Cafe Culinary MysteryThe ideal cozy beach readPerfect for fans of Laura Childs and Kate CarlisleCafe owner and amateur sleuth Everly Swan, like every Swan woman before her, is cursed in love. The only problem? Her fiance Detective Grady Hayes has something to say about it-he doesn’t believe in magic and is determined to prove the curse wrong so they can spend their lives together. Everly wishes it could be so simple! It feels like a sign when a historian looking into Swan history is found dead in an antique wishing well, and Everly fears the curse is spreading. Grady takes the case, looking to find justice and prove the curse wrong, while Everly does a bit of investigating on her own. Big change is coming for Everly and her friends, but with mysterious strangers lurking about and someone leaving increasingly threatening messages for the happy couple, Everly’s not sure she’ll get her happily-ever-after! “A smart and likable protagonist, a vividly rendered setting, a suitably twisty plot, and some colorful supporting characters are the ingredients for a concoction as appealing as any of Everly Swan’s specialty sweet teas.”-Livia J. Washburn, national bestselling author, for Live and Let Chai INCLUDES DELICIOUS FOOD AND DRINK RECIPES show more

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Weight 268 g

Bree Baker


Sourcebooks, Inc


Paperback / softback




122 x 178 x 27



Country of Pub

United States

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