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The Teaberry Strangler is the eleventh book in Laura Childs' Tea Shop Mystery series. I enjoy the amount of atmosphere that is infused in these books. The characters are also well-drawn particularly the team shop staff, Burt Tidwell, and Timothy.
The Teaberry Strangler is the eleventh book in Laura Childs' Tea Shop Mystery series. One character who is so well-drawn that I can here her voice in my head is Delaine. She is so self-centered. A problem with Childs' books is that she does not plot well enough that the reader can follow the clues to the murderer. I call this not playing fair with the reader.
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About The Teaberry Strangler. Charleston is bustling with shoppers looking for antiques-and, of course, Theodosia Browning’s delicious teas. But when the cobblestone alleys clear, Theodosia finds the map store owner strangled to death. Many wanted her shop-but enough to kill?
About The Teaberry Strangler. Many wanted her shop-but enough to kill? Most alarming, however, is Detective Tidwell’s theory: that the killer mistook her for Theodosia.
Charleston is bustling with shoppers looking for antiques-and, of course, Theodosia Browning's delicious teas. Many wanted her shop-but enough to kill? Most alarming, however, is Detective Tidwell's theory: that the killer mistook her for Theodosia.
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The teaberry strangler. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). This book does not develop characters well, even the killers are weakly portrayed. The story does not move as weel as in previous books, the story is a little disappointing. 1 customers found this helpful. The bestselling author of "Oolong Dead" serves up an Old-World treat, spiced with a Sherlock Holmes-style murder mystery. It was the Dickensian evening Theodosia Browning had been hoping for. Charleston shop-owners dressed in cloaks of yore threw open their back doors to visitors, who took advantage of bargains and Theodosia's delicious teas.