Time to give up on this series, sadly. It has all the elements of a great cozy series, but continues to disappoint with wooden characters and failure to take advantage of the few with more than one dimension. On the upside, there was a murder and it did get solved.
One of a great mystery series set in the Charlston Historical District. Tea information and tea shop recipes to die for!
Love this series. Characters are getting greater all the time. Cozy and wonderful. Hope all who read enjoy. Looking forward to the next one.
Another wonderful tea mystery from Laura Childs. I've read almost all of her books and they get better and better.
This is the first Tea Shop Mystery I have read and thoroughly enjoyed it. You'll learn a lot about different teas in this book. I have a couple of the others in this series. I'll go dig them out.
A good start this series.
Definitely one of the best in the series. For one thing, finally(!!) Theodosia actually solved the murder and surrounding mystery. As opposed to just accidentally stumbling onto the killer as is usual for her. I still guessed the murderer by Chapter 3, but this is because the series is very predictable - the culprit is always the least written about character. Still, it was nice seeing Theodosia actually solve something and showing initiative when it comes to loose threads at the end of the book.
Once again the author does not disappoint. Take another journey to charleston and enjoy a good mystery and tea with some great friends.
Tea Shop Mystery #7. Fun reading, and good recipes!
Still working on this series. The benefit was that it helped me switch from a coffee to tea habit.