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Chamomile Mourning by Laura Childs
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Aug 19, 10

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Recommended to Doreen by: Easy Readers book club
Recommended for: anyone looking for a quick read that is well-written
Read from August 17 to 19, 2010 — I own a copy, read count: 1

I enjoyed the story and the writing. It was slow-moving, a lot of description of the South and of teas. Still, it was a quick read. The style of writing helped me enjoy the adventure of Theodosia's investigation into Roger Crispin's murder. The Indigo Tea Shop and its employees were warm and charming. The dozens of teas mentioned, makes this tea-lover excited to expand my tea-drinking repertoire. I realized who the killer was by page 190. Still, the weeding out of numerous suspects was intriguing and written well.

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08/17/2010 page 44
14.0% "Not blown away yet...hoping to be!"

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