Series: A Tea Shop Mystery

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Mar 13
Ming Tea Murder (A Tea Shop Mystery #16) by Laura Childs

Ming Tea Murder (A Tea Shop Mystery #16) by Laura Childs

I love when I can’t figure out who the murderer is in mystery novels. There were a number of suspects, and I didn’t have a specific person in mind until maybe half-way through the book. And I thought it was that person right up until the big reveal happened. My guess was totally wrong, and I never would have suspected that person. Though looking back, I can see the clues that led to that person being behind it all. I didn’t really like Aunt Acid much until the end of the book, and while Dolly seemed like she would be… Read more »

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Feb 28
Devonshire Scream (A Tea Shop Mystery #17) by Laura Childs (review)

Devonshire Scream (A Tea Shop Mystery #17) by Laura Childs (review)

I haven’t read any books in this series before, but from the very first pages this one grabbed my attention. Some cozy mysteries start off slow, and you don’t get introduced to the murder or stolen thing, or whatever until you’re a few chapters in. This book waited all of 5 pages before the beginning of the actual mystery plot. I loved getting to know all the characters. They were well-fleshed out and most had their own little quirks and personality traits. I especially liked Theo and Drayton. There were a number of funny moments when Theo was investigating, and… Read more »

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