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  • Oxford Tearoom Mysteries, Book 11
  • By: H.Y. Hanna
  • Narrated by: Pearl Hewitt
  • Length: 8 hrs and 32 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Wrongfully Infused

By: H.Y. Hanna
Narrated by: Pearl Hewitt
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Summary

Things are eerily quiet at Gemma's quaint English tearoom, and she can't understand why - until she learns about the trendy new "tea bar" that's opened on the other side of the village. To her horror, she soon finds her customers being stolen and her business the target of sabotage. Meanwhile, her mother's newfound obsession with all things Asian means a whole new world of fluffy footwear and hazardous dinner encounters. But Gemma has bigger problems than trying to eat with chopsticks when the ruthless rival tea bar owner is savagely murdered and she is considered the key suspect!

Now she's in a real pickle, desperate to clear her name. And with her detective boyfriend accused of nepotism and under suspicion, Gemma is forced to tackle the case on her own. Luckily, she can still count on the help of the nosy Old Biddies, while the naughty antics of her tabby cat, Muesli, uncover some unexpected clues too!

As Gemma delves into a mystery where "East meets West", familiar motives arise, despite the difference between cultures. But with a full menu of suspects - from the aggrieved dentist with the strained smile, to the belligerent chef who lost everything, and not to mention a pair of estranged sisters hurt by the ultimate betrayal - she discovers that solving this case is no piece of cake....

Bonus: traditional tea egg recipe included at the end of the story!

This audiobook follows British English word usage. 

Clean listen: no graphic violence, sex, or strong language.

©2022 H.Y. Hanna (P)2023 H.Y. Hanna

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This is by far my favourite book in the series!

Fair play to H.Y. Hanna, this was a bit different to the previous books in the series, but my god was it good, I laughed out loud a number of times. This was excellent I binged it in two days. Pearl Hewitt is a joy to listen to, I think she is brilliant and brings the characters to life. The old biddies are amazing, especially in this book, some of the things they say are incredible! The ending was really good and very refreshing, I liked it very much, I have wanted to see an ending like this... I'm not going to spoil it, but yes I want to see more authors do a story like this. What I would like to see moving forward is for Gemma to mature and grow, especially to start standing up for herself. I hear the way people talk to her and treat her, sod em, Gemma should not very politely tell them to go away or in regards to her mum, put her in her place, and the old girls. She should say something like;

"Right, if you lot break into this house I will call the police and watch them arrest you and hall you away, don't think I won't!" "Gemma you wouldn't" "Oh yes I would, and I will watch it all happen with a big smile on my face!" "Gemma, that's just mean..." "Well listen to me and you won't land up being arrested and put in handcuffs!" "I've never been put in handcuffs before?" "I have, it was fun, we were role playing!" "Glenda, there is such a thing as over sharing!"

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Weak plot of tea

I have listened to all the books in this series; this one was as lifeless as a flat Victoria sponge cake. All the usual ingredients were assembled: Muesli, the old biddies, an interfering mother, the police and several suspects, but the plot was weak and drawn out (too much padding). Devlin was even more chauvinistic than usual. Gemma should choose the nice doctor Lincoln instead. The narrator was brilliant, as always, but I found the occasional bad language jarring; it just doesn't work with the predominantly sweet, middle-class ambience. The ending was a bit of a surprise. I appreciate that the recaps are necessary for new readers, but they are a tad annoying. And please could the deep breaths and eye rolling (what is that?) be lessened.
Overall, it was disappointing; I had been looking forward to listening to this. Perhaps the author has exhausted credible story lines for this series.



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Great series

Pearl is always a delight! She most always narrate this series! Light hearted, griping and fun! I wish Gemma was on Instagram or had a blog to share recipes!

Story line was interesting and I liked the attempt to keep the book fresh. I am always surprised that its never crossed the minds of any of the characters to be angry with Gemma's involvement, the girl was announced in the paper as killing or having bad blood with Ms Wongs daughter, yet Gemma still shows at the house, lends the woman her cat (as a cat parent I would never!) and goes into the victims room, never ounce thinking her grieving mum might be vexed at the her. Also seen in other books whereby the killer is caught and linked to other victims who Gemma still swans about from never suspecting they may harbour some ill will. It doesn't affect the reading just makes me chuckle.

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Fantastic Ending

The scene near the end with Muesli and Gemma after a visit from Devlin was just beautiful!

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Great murder mystery series

A Light and amusing series. Serious detecting by an amusing group of amateur sleuths. Mixed with personal highs and lows of Gemma the main character and her little cat.
Can’t wait for the next book.

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excellent

excellent as usual. well written and excellently read. mamy rwists and turns. good to know there' s more tocome.

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Wrongfully Infused

Another fun murder mystery where Gamma ends up loosening ever when she was right. Read brilliantly again by Pearl Hewitt.

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Love this series!

So good to have another instalment, worth the wait. Always look forward to the next

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loved it. loads of fun

A wonderful series and another lighthearted mystery with Gemma, Muesli, and co. I really enjoy all the recurring characters and quirkiness they add to the story; Gemma's Mum being a favourite and Devlin too of course. A certain scene with Devlin had me laughing out loud there are plenty of clues for Gemma to follow and a few twists to keep us all guessing. Muesli helps along the way and the old biddies stick their noses in as well. It’s a lot of fun and I'll be sad when the series ends.
I voluntarily reviewed a copy provided by the publisher.

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Weak story line.

I used to like all the books written by H Y Hanna and narrated by Pearl Hewitt but recently I have started to think just how pathetic and needy the main chatacters are. No back bone what so ever.
I don't know if its the writing or the way they are narrated but I want to shake Gemma and tell her to get some snark! No wonder her love interest has finally lost interest!

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