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Theodosia Browning Investigates A Charleston Steeped In Tradition And Treachery In The Latest Tea Shop Mystery From New York Times Bestselling Author Laura Childs.While Viewing The Harbor S Gaslights And Galleons Parade From The Widow S Walk Of Timothy Neville S Charleston Mansion, Local Banker Carson Lanier Seemingly Tumbles Over A Narrow Railing, Then Plunges Three Stories To His Death But A Tragic Accident Becomes Something Much Sinister When It S Discovered That The Victim Was First Shot With A Bolt From A Crossbow.At The Request Of The Mansion Owner, Theodosia Investigates The Tragedy And Is Soon Neck Deep In Suspects An Almost Ex Wife, A Coworker, A Real Estate Partner All Had Motives For Killing The Luckless Banker, But One Resorted To Murder To Settle Accounts.INCLUDES DELICIOUS RECIPES AND TEA TIME TIPS


10 thoughts on “Plum Tea Crazy (A Tea Shop Mystery, #19)

  1. Karen Karen says:

    I was delighted to be selected to read Laura Childs new cozy, Plum Tea Crazy This is the newest book in the series and is book 19 This one comes out on March 6th I love the idea of this series, the cover and Drayton The dog Earl Grey is also a ...


  2. Chris Conley Chris Conley says:

    I always enjoy these mysteries as much for the tea, recipes, Charleston and its environs as the actual mystery This one seemed to have a lot going on that kept me from sinking into it as much as usual Theodosia and her crew are always entertaining.


  3. Amy Amy says:

    I m a huge fan of this series and wow 19 books This one just didn t hit the mark for me In the first two thirds of the book, Haley acts like a gossip columnist instead of the chef and third in charge Just didn t care for her snarky attitude but it changes once her cousin James arrives I know the cozy genre defies logic when the owner of the business has time to sleuth while the business continues to run successfully but when Theodosia rushes out an hour before the Plum B...


  4. Tracey Tracey says:

    In a book I read recently, someone s rules for writing and life are cited one of which was don t usethan two similes per page Laura Childs probably doesn t actually exceed that but her writing made me realize anew that it s not the quantity of simile but the quality that counts For example, Robin McKinley uses lots and lots of similes, and they almost invariably elicit a reaction they make me smile, or put a lump in my throat, or make me laugh out loud, or make me feel that lit In a book I read recently, someone s rules for writing and life are cited one of which was don t usethan two similes per page Laura...


  5. Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) says:

    Laura Childs once again has a hit on her hands In book nineteen in the Tea Shop Mystery, Theodosia is shocked to find a murdered banker At first, people believed that the live canons had killed him and caused him to fall onto a fence below but Theodosia soon learns that he was first shot by an arrow before he fell to his death.This time, there are quite a lot of suspects that could have done this and Childs does a fantastic job of circling the characters and giving each one of them a solid m Laura Childs once again has a hit on her hands In book nineteen in the Tea Shop Mystery, Theodosia is shocked to find a murdered banke...


  6. Lisa Morin Lisa Morin says:

    I can never get enough of this fabulous series by Laura Childs.I remember the first time I picked up one of these books, I was automatically hooked.I feel like I would know Theo and Drayton anywhere.The dynamic duo not only brew up an amazing cup of tea, but their unique way of solving mysteries are just as fun.While attending a private party, Theo watches a man drop to his death, she thinks surely it was an accident.When Theo runs to his aid, she makes a gruesome discovery which leads her and D I can never get enough of this fabulous series by Laura Childs.I remember the first time I picked up one of these books, I was automatically hooked.I feel like I would know Theo and Drayton anywhere.The dynamic duo not only brew up an amazing cup of tea, but their unique way of solving mysteries are just as fun.While attending a private party, Theo watches a man drop to his death, she thinks surely it was an accident.When Theo runs to his aid, she makes a gruesome discovery which leads...


  7. Betty Betty says:

    It has been awhile since I read a Laura Child s book I am pleased to see that the book was not full of various teas but focus on the plot It started with excitement and moved fast with turmoil throughout the book Theodosia was not the victim but close friends were hurt Many of the regulars are present and her affair with a homicide det...


  8. Yvonne Yvonne says:

    Theodosia Theo Browning, along with her sidekick and employee, Drayton Connelly is enjoying the Gaslights and Galleons Parade at Timothy Neville s Charleston mansion Suddenly a body shockingly falls over the railing to his death The victim is Carson Lanier, a local banker and this is not looking like an accident at all Timothy pleads with Theo to use her investigative skills to find out who could have done such a thing.The...


  9. Ellen Ellen says:

    Plum Tea Crazy by Laura Childs.Although this is my 18th book read in this series this will be my 9th review It should be obvious since I ve continued reading this series throughout it s duration thus far that I truly enjoy the book s as well as the characters I d like to disclose a bitof what motivates me to carry on in the Tea Shop series.I want to be there, not just find the characters realistic or the setting pleasant, which they both are I just plain want to enter the Indigo Tea Sh Plum Tea Crazy by Laura Childs.Although this is my 18th book read in this series this will be my 9th review It should be obvious since I ve continued reading this series throughout it s duration thus far that I truly enjoy the book s as well as the characters I d like to disclose a bitof what motivates me to carry on in the Tea Shop series.I want to be there, not just find the characters realistic or the setting pleasant, which they both are I just plain want to enter the Indigo Tea Shop to pass by the large baskets specially made for Theodosia s Tea Bath sets, to be led to a table near ...


  10. Lisa Ks Book Review Lisa Ks Book Review says:

    There s always a cup of trouble in the Tea Shop Mysteries This nineteenth installment is no exception.Some of my best times reading have been spent in the Indigo Tea Shop I can vividly smell the smells, imagine the tastes of all the delicious offerings, hear the clink of spoons to fine bone china, as well as the voices of Theo and Drayton When not talking about tea, they re talking about murder And I m always wrapped up in every word of it PLUM TEA CRAZY was a great mystery I pondered every There s always a cup of trouble in the Tea Shop Mysteries...