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Honey Drop Dead

The many descriptions of tea and tea foods make this book a tasty treat, although some readers may be disappointed by the way the ending wraps up. Fans of the series will be pleased to see many of their favorite characters return, but they may find the crimes to be more violent than in previous books.

A Dark and Stormy Tea

Recommended for fans of the series and lovers of culinary cozy mysteries. Recipes and “Tea Time Tips” are included.

Lavender Blue Murder

Newcomers should find this a great entry point to Child’s established series (after Broken Bone China) and enjoy the charming Charleston, SC, setting, while longtime fans will relish the return of the sassy characters they love. [See Prepub Alert, 8/19/19.]

Gossamer Ghost: A Scrapbooking Mystery

Carmela Bertrand, proprietor of Memory Mine Scrapbooking Shop, is ready for Halloween...

Scorched Eggs: A Cackleberry Club Mystery

Suzanne desperately needs her roots touched up before Kit Kaslik's wedding...

Postcards from the Dead: A Scrapbooking Mystery

Once again, New Orleans’s Mardi Gras turns deadly for scrapbooker Carmela Bertrand when a local newscaster dies while working the parade...

Agony of the Leaves

Charleston heats up again in Theodosia's 13th outing (Scones & Bones) as the much-anticipated grand opening of the new aquarium goes awry...

Skeleton Letters

The scrapbookers are on a tear in the French Quarter of New Orleans when one of their own is killed with a stolen crucifix...

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