A Death at the Yoga Cafe by Michelle Kelly. Published by St. Martins

Life is going very well for Keeley Carpenter. Her return to England saw her opening her yoga cafe and finding a boyfriend in detective Ben Taylor. But when Keeley prepares her booth for the annual village arts festival, things go downhill fast. Her arch enemy Raquel also has a booth at the festival and when Raquel’s boyfriend, the town mayor, is found dead, the whole festival gets put on ice. Keeley wants to use her investigative skills to help find the killer, but Ben is adamant she stay out of police business. Can Keeley take his advice? Or will she be compelled to follow her gut instincts and sniff out the killer on her own? This is an enjoyable cozy murder for readers who prefer character development to violence

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