January 17, 2016

Death by Darjeeling by Laura Childs - Review

Published: May 1, 2001
Number of pages: 242
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Series: Tea Shop Mystery #1

Meet Theodosia Browning, owner of Charleston's beloved Indigo Tea Shop. Patrons love her blend of delicious tea tastings and southern hospitality. And Theo enjoys the full-bodied flavor of a town steeped in history -- and mystery... — It's tea for two hundred or so at the annual historic homes garden party. And Theodosia, as event caterer, is busy serving steaming teas and blackberry scones while guests sing her praises. But the sweet smell of success turns to suspense when an esteemed guest is found dead -- his hand clutching an empty teacup. All eyes are on Theo... who is now trying desperately to save her reputation and track down the real killer. If only she can make sense of it all--before someone else takes their last sip...

What did I think of this book:
This was a re-read for me and luckily I don't remember what I read especially if it has been years. I enjoyed this book every bit as much as I do the scrapbooking mysteries that Laura writes. I can't wait to continue on with this series. The characters are fun, the tea shop is quaint and I enjoy the all the talk about the different teas. Laura Childs has a knack for giving us such vivid descriptions. The teas she describes have such fun names and sound so tasty that I would love to find them to try. The descriptions of Charleston make you able to "see" the places she is talking about and want to visit to see them with your own eyes. The historical churches she mentions sound so nice that I want to research them to see them. I am sure the rest of the series will be just as good as Laura has never written a book I have not been happy with.

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