I was pleasantly surprised by A Death at the Yoga Cafe by Michelle Kelly, and thoroughly enjoyed the book. Initially, I was a little skeptical about the premise of a detective mystery in a yoga cafe, and there was something about the cover of the book with its shelves of fruit kebabs and parfaits that just put me off. I was expecting a cheesy, unrealistic story but I am happy to say that the book exceeded all of my expectations.
Keeley Carpenter is the young business owner of a yoga cafe in the (mostly) quiet village town of Befrey, England. Unfortunately, Befrey was the home of a murder that took place in Keeley’s own cafe several months ago and made her the main suspect. These unlucky circumstances forced Keeley to investigate