Plum Tea Crazy Book Review
As enjoyable and familiar as a scone and cuppa, Plum Tea Crazy is a wonderful addition to a favorite series.
Just the Facts
Title: Plum Tea Crazy (19th book in the Tea Shop Mystery Series)
Author: Laura Childs
Publisher: Berkley Publishing
A Little About the Book
A tragic accident takes place right before Theodosia’s eyes. It is soon discovered that it is no accident, but murder. Theodosia can’t help but get involved when asked to assist by her friend, Timothy Neville and there is no shortage of suspects. Can Theodosia get to the bottom of things before the killer strikes again?
Stuff You Should Know
Historic Charleston, tea shop, tea, small business owner, female protagonist, strong friendships, history, art, culture
Can You Start This Series in the Middle?
Yes. This is an easy series to start in the middle. The author quickly recaps the main characters in the beginning of the book and there isn’t a whole lot of back story you miss into Theodosia’s character.
If You Like …
If you enjoy Cleo Coyle’s Coffeehouse Mystery Series, you’ll enjoy this book.
I always look forward to new installments of this series. It was one of the first cozy mysteries I found and it’s like comfort food in book form. My favorite part of the book is always the imagery. Laura Childs should be paid by the Charleston, South Carolina Visitor’s Bureau because she always does an amazing job of putting Charleston on the top of my vacation list. You’ll fall in love with the characters, the town, and the Indigo Tea Shop. Two thumbs up!