Patrice Greenwood

Patrice Greenwood

Patrice Greenwood was born and raised in New Mexico, and remembers when the Santa Fe Plaza was home to more dusty dogs than trendy art galleries. She has been writing fiction for longer than she cares to admit, perpetrating over twenty published novels in various genres. She uses a different name for each genre, thus enabling her to pretend she is a Secret Agent.

She loves afternoon tea, old buildings, gourmet tailgating at the opera, ghost stories, costumes, and solving puzzles. Her popular Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries are colored by many of these interests. She is presently collapsed on her chaise longue, sipping Wisteria White tea and planning the next book in the series.

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An Aria of Omens

Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries #3
by Patrice Greenwood
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-399-7
A BVC Original

A cop at the opera…

Wisteria Tearoom owner Ellen Rosings coaxes Detective Tony Aragon to go with her to the Santa Fe Opera, but the magnificent performance of Tosca ends in disaster. In bizarre counterpoint to the opera’s plot, the leading man is murdered in his dressing room, and Tony must rush to secure the crime scene. Ellen is left to comfort Vi Benning, a former server at the tearoom who is now an apprentice at the Opera and a protegee of the slain singer.

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Intermezzo: Spirit Matters


A Wisteria Tearoom Interlude
by Patrice Greenwood
$2.99 (Novella) ISBN 978-1-61138-688-2
A BVC Original

After a disastrous Halloween party at the Wisteria Tearoom, Ellen Rosings seeks to draw some understanding out of the chaos.

While trying to support her grieving Goth office manager, Ellen ponders the mysterious flashes of light she saw in another part of Santa Fe, wondering if they are related to Captain Dusenberry, the tearoom’s resident ghost.

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Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries Volumes 1-3


First three books in the series
by Patrice Greenwood
$16.99 (Omnibus) ISBN 978-1-61138-542-7

A boxed set of three cozy mysteries. With recipes!

A FATAL TWIST OF LEMON (book 1): Cops drink coffee.

They don’t belong in Ellen Rosings’s Victorian tearoom. But when her opening day thank-you tea ends in the murder of the president of the Santa Fe Preservation Trust, the police invade her haven.

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