Finalist in the 2016 RONE Awards. 260+ Reviews on Amazon
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Where African myth meets Victorian manners: Armed with Victorian etiquette, a fully loaded walking stick and a dead husband, Beatrice Knight arrives in colonial Kenya desperate for a pot of tea and a pinch of cinnamon. But she’ll need more than that if she’s to unravel the mystery of the Ghosts of Tsavo without being eaten in the process. She must endure all manner of inconveniences while surviving the machinations of her best friend’s dashing godfather and the efforts of her safari guide to feed her to any lion willing to drag her away. What is a ghost-chasing widow to do?
“Unique & refreshingly funny” “I found this book truly entertaining”
Ghosts of Tsavo is the first case in “Society for Paranormals”, in which a paranormal detective refuses to let danger, death and unwanted suitors inconvenience her in colonial Kenya. Welcome to a series concerning dead husbands, African mythology and the search for a perfect spot of tea. If you adore “Pride & Prejudice”, appreciate British humor, enjoy paranormal mysteries, or would love to experience adventure in colonial Africa, download Ghosts of Tsavo to start your supernatural safari today.
Don’t miss the rest of the series: The Automaton’s Wife; Revenge of the Mantis; The Fourth Mandate; Curse of the Nandi; and more to come!
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"A surprisingly funny, witty, and good read."
"The mix of the African Savannah and the paranormal in the 1890s, not to mention the British twist... I found this book truly entertaining. It kept my interest from cover to cover. I even caught myself laughing out loud at certain points."
"I was very surprised when at 4 AM I couldn't stop reading! I really enjoyed Mrs. Knight and the way she reacts in the situations she faces."
"Bee, the main character is hilarious. Her wit, her dry humor, her observations are not only refreshing but addictive. Vered Ehsani's writing is just excellent."
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Ghosts of Tsavo
Very funny and peculiar people and creatures abound can’t wait to read more from the author
Story has no conclusion
This “book” ends in mid-story. It is a waste of time but for the nostalgic recollection of the days when one would read a paper book only to find that the last pages had been ripped out.
Ghosts of Tsavo
I loved the quirky heroine in this series. The idea of paranormal heroes in East Africa was very appealing to me, and I was not disappointed.