Murder in the Tea Leaves: A Blake Sisters Travel Mystery — Book 2

· A Blake Sisters Travel Mystery Book 2 · Carter Fielding Press

About this ebook

"[A] tasty blend of travel, romance and mystery." —BookLife

Young, ambitious travel writer Finley Blake just landed a dream assignment, a getaway trip to Sri Lanka. Her sister Whitt signs on for the adventure, and the girls are excited for a trip of sight-seeing amongst the sweeping tea plantations and breathtaking elephant sanctuaries. One thing the sisters certainly don’t have on the agenda for the trip is murder. But after arriving in the high country expecting a quiet, restful stay, the sisters’ plans are quickly shattered when a fellow guest dies under mysterious circumstances. Is it just a coincidence? Or has someone from their past followed them all the way to Sri Lanka?

About the author

New author Carter Fielding is a millennial with an old soul. She likes old maps, old photographs, vintage records, and vintage champagnes. A Southerner, with roots in Anderson, S.C., she likes a good bourbon, a day that calls for wearing a barn jacket and wellies, and the smell of wet earth after a good rain. After graduating from Williams College and Georgetown Law School, Fielding worked in banking in New York City before returning to the DC area as a management consultant. She lives in Northern Virginia with her Boykin spaniel, Trucker, and uses her passion for books and travel to create characters she hopes readers will come to love.

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