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eBook The Teaberry Strangler download ISBN: 1408491788
Publisher: Chivers; Large type edition edition
Language: English
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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.

Comments: (7)
Aria
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. 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. It is like in the last chapter she decides that she needs to reveal the murderer and pulls a name out of a hat and writes a story to support it but there is really nothing else in the book that supports the conclusion. Theodosia gets hyped as an amateur sleuth but if you review the books, she doesn't know who the killer is until they try to kill her.
Morlurne
The third in my Tea Shop Mystery(#11)binge The Teaberry Strangler really gets things bubbling along when it comes to changes of direction in one of my favorite subplots as they relate to Theodosia's love life..or do they. This adventure starts off with the tragic demise of Theo's friend and map store owner Daria. Is there a connection to someone's craving to own her shop in this desirable location in Charleston, is it one person, two or more, or is there something more sinister afoot? What really is the motive here? Then in the background there is the usual mixes of relationships among the friends and employees and neighbors of Theo's. Add to this a desire for a home of her own, not necessarily above the Teashop so that she and her beloved rescue dog, Earl Grey might have more room to play and create their for themselves..and what is really the status of the relationship with Theo's current and somewhat younger beau, the talented owner of a Tapas bar ..does she truly care for him or Jory her former beau..or there other possibilities just beyond the fringe. A theme is developing about lost treasures, and maps and the true motives that only Theo, Detective Burt Tidwell et all will unearth . The Teaberry Strangler left me yearning for more!
Malogamand
First let me say that I love the tea shop series. I love all the characters and the setting. However, it has just occurred to me after reading this last installment that often when Theodosia is solving a "mystery" she really hasn't got a clue who the actual killer is until she is attacked at the end of the book because she's been asking questions and the murderer is fearful of exposure. Sometimes I get the impression that Theo is as surprised as the rest of us with the outcome. This, some readers might find frustrating because a traditional detective story is supposed to give the reader the clues needed to try to solve the mystery. This doesn't particularly bother me since the well-written charm of the series, for me, supercedes the need to figure out the ending.
Keel
This is the 11th in the Tea Shop cozy mystery series. Theo is excited to be a part of a streetwide evening open house. However, she makes a grizzly discovery as she sees a woman being attacked in the alley. She finds that it is her friend, Daria, owner of the map shop. Daria has been murdered, and Theo is on the case. Was it the new neighbors, so interested in expanding the space for their perfume business, Daria's employee with a criminal past, or someone interested in one of the maps from her shop? As usual, the characters are enjoyable and I love the tea shop setting. However, the mystery was a bit lacking in this one and ends abruptly and without much explanation. Recipes are included as well as tips for holding different types of tea parties.
Gela
I've been reading the whole Tea Shop series and am really enjoying the lighthearted mysteries, gaining tea knowledge, and using some of the recipes. Although the pace slows occasionally, it's usually for description of setting - historical or geographical. I find the whole series very enjoyable.
Shaktit
I am reading the series one after the other. I am skipping the repetitious parts. But the new story line is interesting.
Brariel
Love Theo and gang with all the adventures. I always want a cup of the wonderful
teas being mentioned. And oh for a scone! Great reading.
As always laura childs keeps you wondering to the end