A Royal Tea – Secrets from Grandma’s Attic #13

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A Royal Tea

Secrets from Grandma’s Attic, Book 13

To support the widows and orphans of the war-torn Eastern European country of Moravina, the ladies of Canton decide to host a city-wide tea party. Tracy Doyle, along with some help, is able to convince those in town to sponsor tables specifically catered to their businesses. Tracy and her family even decide they should form a table themed around Grandma Pearl! But as the event gets bigger and bigger, things start to snowball out of Tracy’s control. And when Tracy searches the attic for her grandmother’s tea set, she realizes that not only is the sugar bowl missing but there are clues indicating that this may not be the first time the Allen family has helped those from Moravina. Can Tracy unlock yet another secret from Grandma Pearl’s past?

About Secrets from Grandma’s Attic

Life is recorded not only in decades or years, but in events and memories that form the fabric of our being. Follow Tracy Doyle, Amy Allen, and Robin Davisson, the granddaughters of the recently deceased centenarian, Pearl Allen, as they explore the treasures found in the attic of Grandma Pearl’s Victorian home, nestled near the banks of the Mississippi River in Canton, Missouri. Not only do Pearl’s descendants uncover a long-buried mystery at every attic exploration, they also discover their grandmother’s legacy of deep, abiding faith, which has shaped and guided their family through the years. These uncovered Secrets from Grandma’s Attic reveal stories of faith, redemption, and second chances that capture your heart long after you turn the last page.


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Weight .8 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in

1 review for A Royal Tea – Secrets from Grandma’s Attic #13

  1. Margaret Nelson

    This book is #13 in the Guideposts Secrets from Grandma’s Attic series, all of which are by different authors. I had not read any of the other books in the series, but was able to get right into this one without too much trouble in figuring out who the various characters were. I thoroughly enjoyed reading A Royal Tea. White does a great job weaving together dual timelines, giving little hints as to the importance of certain characters, things, and events as the story progresses. Now I want to read more in the series!

    I received a complimentary copy and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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