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BOOK TOUR | FIVE REASONS TO READ ARYA WINTERS AND THE TIRAMISU OF DEATH

ARYA WINTERS AND THE TIRAMISU OF DEATH by Amita Murray review

Hi everyone! Today I’m excited to participate in the Bookstagram & Creative Tour for Arya Winters and the Tiramisu of Death by Amita Murray hosted by MTMC Tours. This is an Adult Cozy Mystery and was published on November 9, 2021, from Agora Books!

ARYA WINTERS AND THE TIRAMISU OF DEATH review

Title: Arya Winters and the Tiramisu of Death
Author: Amita Murray
Publication date: November 9, 2021
Pages: 295
Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Fantasy
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SYNOPSIS:
Arya Winters is your typical cozy heroine. She lives in a cottage in a small English village, and bakes for a living–well, she specializes in macabre desserts. She has the standard nosy neighbors, who she avoids ruthlessly due to her social anxiety. And, oh, she also has a mild case of Tourette’s.

When her neighbor Tobias Yards turns up dead, no one seems to connect it to Arya’s Auntie Meera’s recent death, so she takes matters into her own hands. All she has to do to uncover the truth is to get over her aversion to Other People. Besides that, it’s just a matter of getting beyond some yellow tape, dodging her former BFF Tallulah from secondary school, and getting into her new neighbor, writer Branwell Beam’s, pants–he seems strangely reluctant.

What Arya doesn’t realize is that the murderer is dangerous, preying on lonely people who’ve experienced trauma and that she might have to do all she can to not become the next victim.

 Five Reasons to Read Arya Winters and the Tiramisu of Death

In honor of the layers(and cocoa dusting) in ‘Tiramisu’ which also happens to be one of my favorite desserts, I present to you a list of 5 reasons why you should read this book.

  1. if you like mysteries set in small villages
  2. main character is a baker who makes macabre cakes
  3. character focused stories
  4. great neurodiverse rep; the main character has Tourette’s and also a social anxiety disorder
  5. the side characters who are all such weirdos *i love them*

Mini-Review

“Pop around if you want a cup of coffee. I make killer coffee,” I hear him say behind me.

I guess I could retort that I make a killer tiramisu, but it’s probably better that I don’t.

If Fleabag had a crossover with a cozy mystery set in an English village then it would be this book. I loved the setting, the plot, and Amita Murray’s writing. Although the identity of the murderer was quite evident from early on, it didn’t stop me from enjoying the story. There is a romance but it isn’t central to the story and it is not a happy ending for the couple. However, one can hope for a happy ending is in the cards for Arya Winters, mystery queen of the north and of macabre cakes, in the sequel which I hope will come out soon!

Scroll down to see the tour schedule and head over to my Instagram page for the giveaway!



About the Author

Amita Murray is a writer, based in London. Her first novel The Trouble with Rose came out with Harper Collins in 2019, with the German edition coming out with Random House Blanvalet in 2021.

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INTL Giveaway!

Head over to my Instagram account to enter the tour giveaway where THREE lucky readers will win a copy of Arya Winters and the Tiramisu of Death! Ends on March 26th, 2022. Winners will be announced on @mtmctours’ Instagram account.

Tour Schedule:

March 14
@thereaderandthechef – Bookstagram & Book Blog

March 15
@laura_cover_stories – Bookstagram

March 16
@paperfury – Bookstagram & Book Blog

March 17
@annoying_sidekick_thoughts – Bookstagram

March 18
@pnwbookworm – Bookstagram & Book Blog

March 19
@the.book.nerd.fox – Bookstagram

March 20
@yourbookishfriendcom – Bookstagram & Book Blog

March 21
@mulberryreads – Bookstagram

March 22
@book_rambler – Bookstagram & Book Blog

March 23
@inkstains.and.dust – Bookstagram


Thank you for reading! I hope you enjoyed reading my review and give this book a read! Do you like reading mysteries? If so, then let me know some of your favorite cozy mysteries in the comments below!

Author: Book Rambler

Hi! I'm Shalini. I am an avid reader, daydreamer, future scientist. In order to ramble about books with you, I created this blog. You can find me here and on any of my social media channels.

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