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New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Laura Childs’ Tea Shop mysteries deliver delicious tales steeped in intrigue.

In this 13th series entry, Theodosia Browning is happily catering the opening of Charleston’s Neptune Museum when she discovers the drowned body of ex-boyfriend Parker Scully. The police don’t buy her theory that Parker was murdered, forcing Theodosia to undertake her own investigation to discover the truth.

©2012 Laura Childs (P)2012 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Pamela
  • memphis, TN, USA
  • 06-30-14

Truly AWFUL!!!!

Hate to say it, but this is one of the most boring books I have ever listened to! And the narrator is awful! Reviewing this book, so other people do not waste their money on it.

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Very nice story.. fun to listen to.

The story is interesting and the characters engaging. It is a nice change of pace to mix the mystery with the tea business.

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  • annelan
  • 05-09-17

i liked it but

it took a long time to get to the point and then just ended ... what about poor dead ex boyfriend sleezy lawyers and the resturant whats happening there or is that the next book or do we just forget about all that part