It’s summertime in Pebble Cove and the teahouse is buzzing with tourists. But when a dead body shows up, business comes to a standstill. proprieter Melanie Young must put her tea-making skills to work and solve the murder before she loses any more customers – including her biggest investor. With the help of her friends, Melanie navigates the dark underbelly of coastal living as hidden secrets are revealed. Can she catch the killer before he strikes again?
For who is this book for ?
This book is perfect for mystery lovers who appreciate a little romance on the side. With likable characters and an intriguing plot, Chai, Chai Again will keep you guessing until the very end.
- The author does a great job of creating interesting and complex characters.
- The mystery is well plotted and keeps the reader engaged.
- The setting is vividly described and brings the town to life.
- The mystery is too easy to solve.
- The characters are cliche and one-dimensional.
- The writing is amateurish and clumsy
Learn more about the author
Eryn Scott is the author of the Pebble Cove Teahouse Mysteries, which include Chai, Chai Again; Darjeeling Blues; and Sencha Surprise. A native Oregonian, she currently lives in central California with her husband and two children.
“I really enjoy this series. The characters are likable and the mysteries well plotted.”
“Another fun, light read from Eryn Scott. This one is set in a teahouse and has all the usual suspects – busybody retired ladies, surly fishermen, and sweet old couples. I loved revisiting Pebble Cove and catching up with Melanie and her friends.”
“Chai, Chai Again is a delightful read – full of mystery and suspense. I absolutely enjoyed it!”
“Chai, Chai Again is the fourth book in the Pebble Cove Teahouse Mystery series by Eryn Scott. I have read and enjoyed all of them. This one is no exception! It’s a fast-paced murder mystery set in a small town on the Oregon coast. The characters are well drawn and likeable (or not), the setting beachy and charming, and the plot twisty enough to keep you guessing until the end.”