Blood Orange Brewing
ISBN: 042521057X
EAN13: 9780425210574
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 6, 2007
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 1.1" H x 6.7" L x 4.2" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound
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Book Overview

The New York Times bestselling author of the Cackleberry Club and Scrapbooking mysteries serves up the seventh novel in the perfect series for tea and mystery lovers (The Tea Caddy).

When social darling Delaine Dish throws a lavish benefit for the restoration of a rundown Victorian home, Theodosia Browning donates tea and treats from her Indigo Tea Shop. But the grand unveiling of Theo's spread proves a gruesome scene when a beloved local politico falls dead with a jagged piece of metal in his neck. Anyone at the event could be the culprit, but the police have few leads--and no suspects. Try as she might, Theodosia can't help but wonder who the murderer is. But her investigation will lead her into places darker than the blackest tea.

Includes a delicious recipe and teatime tips

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The book misses the mark in an otherwise enjoyable series. The descriptions are good, but the mystery is not. Theo complains that she's having trouble finding clues and solving the murder. She raced off to find the proof after it came to her at the end. There is no mention of how the murder was done or how the secret rooms were used. It was not a good conclusion. The characters seem to be acting as they normally do, and Haley's manic character has been toned down at last, although she has some expressions that don't really ring true. Who speaks like that? The characters are likable, but they' re not enough to carry the mystery.
   Tea Shop Mystery
A fun mystery is set in your hometown. The writer wrote about the locals and the attractions. It makes you feel like you are reading about a friend. You can learn a lot about the teas from the tea shop, if you enjoy the stories.
   Indigo Tea Shop, what's not to love
All of Theodosia and Drayton's adventures are great ways to take a break and relax. Working my way through the Tea Shop Mysteries has been a joy because Laura Childs has never disappointed me.