Chamomile Mourning

Chamomile Mourning

Book - 2006
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Upset when the Poet's Tea event at Charleston's Spoleto festival is forced indoors by rain, tea shop proprietor Theodosia Browning finds her life further complicated when a local auction house owner plummets to his death from a balcony.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2006, ©2005
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass market ed
ISBN: 0425206181 (pbk.)
9780425206188 (pbk.)
Branch Call Number: M CHILDS
Characteristics: 306 pages ; 18 cm


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Jun 25, 2014

I have read a few of the tea shop mysteries which I enjoyed. This one however was a hard one to get into. I wanted to read all of this book since I want to read all of the tea shop series. I was glad when I finished it and the last two chapters were the most interesting. If I had read this book first before any of the other tea mysteries I would not have read the rest in this series and like I mentioned the others are good. A good idea to start with the first book in this series.

Jul 17, 2012

I have read several of Laura Childs tea mysteries, I enjoy them because they are light entertainment. I wish she would leave out one or two of her "tea" events they do get a little old. I found the story line interesting but once again the ending was just a little unbelievable.


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