The back cover of Mark Daniel Seiler’s engaging novel, Sighing Woman Tea, counsels readers to “put on the kettle, and cozy up to a nice cup of tea ...” It’s good advice. With humor, history and a reverence for tea, Seiler spins a tale that includes international trade agreements, a South Pacific island, the Crusades, cultural differences, military fiascos, love and a long list of characters. Somehow, all the pieces fit. 

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