Series: Tea Shop Mysteries

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Death by Darjeeling by Laura Childs1
Gunpowder Green by Laura Childs2
Shades of Earl Grey by Laura Childs3
The English Breakfast Murder by Laura Childs4
The Jasmine Moon Murder (A Tea Shop Mystery) by Laura Childs5
Chamomile Mourning by Laura Childs6
Blood Orange Brewing by Laura Childs7
Dragonwell Dead by Laura Childs8
The Silver Needle Murder by Laura Childs9
Oolong Dead by Laura Childs10
The Teaberry Strangler by Laura Childs11
Scones & Bones by Laura Childs12
Agony of the Leaves by Laura Childs13
Sweet Tea Revenge (A Tea Shop Mystery) by Laura Childs14
Steeped in Evil by Laura Childs15
Ming Tea Murder by Laura Childs16
Devonshire Scream: A Tea Shop Mystery by Laura Childs17
Pekoe Most Poison (A Tea Shop Mystery) by Laura Childs18
Tea for Three: The First Three Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura ChildsOmnibus 1-3
Chamomile Mourning / Gunpowder Green by Laura ChildsOmnibus 2 & 6

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  1. Eggs in Purgatory by Laura Childs (2008)
  2. Murder Is Binding by Lorna Barrett (2008)
  3. On What Grounds by Cleo Coyle (2003)
  4. Murder Past Due by Miranda James (2010)
  5. Homicide in Hardcover by Kate Carlisle (2009)
  6. The Chocolate Mouse Trap by JoAnna Carl (2005)
  7. State Of The Onion by Julie Hyzy (2008)
  8. Tempest In A Teapot by Amanda Cooper (2014)
  9. The Ghost and Mrs. McClure by Alice Kimberly (2004)
  10. Chile Death by Susan Wittig Albert (1998)
  11. A Fatal Twist of Lemon by Patrice Greenwood (2012)
  12. Framed in Lace by Monica Ferris (1999)
  13. Books Can Be Deceiving by Jenn McKinlay (2011)
  14. A Rose From The Dead by Kate Collins (2007)
  15. Candy Apple Dead by Sammi Carter (2005)

Series description

Teashop owner, Theodosia Browning, stumbles upon dead bodies. She tries to find the murderers without stepping on the toes of local law enforcement.

Recipes included.


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