The Traveling Tea Ladies Death in the Low Country

The Traveling Tea Ladies Death in the Low Country

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by Melanie O'Hara, Melanie O'Hara-Sayles
     
 

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Former tea room owner, Amelia Spencer, and her fun-loving friends are known about their small town of Dogwood Cove, Tennessee as "The Traveling Tea Ladies" because everywhere their tea travels take them, murder and mayhem seem to follow.
When the ladies participate in the Fancy Foods Show in Savannah, Georgia, they are soon confronted with an overbearing vendor,

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Former tea room owner, Amelia Spencer, and her fun-loving friends are known about their small town of Dogwood Cove, Tennessee as "The Traveling Tea Ladies" because everywhere their tea travels take them, murder and mayhem seem to follow.
When the ladies participate in the Fancy Foods Show in Savannah, Georgia, they are soon confronted with an overbearing vendor, Dolly Jean,who insists she is the next Paula Deen. Dolly proves she will go to any lengths to steal the coveted blue ribbon award for best recipe even if she has to lie, steal,cheat and sleep her way to the the top including sabataging Amelia and Cassandra's cooking demonstration. When Dolly ends up murdered by her own low country recipe,the ladies know they've got to take action and find the killer or they may find themselves the next target!
Strong women, strong tea and even stronger friendships are steeped in this mystery! The Traveling Tea Ladies Death in the Low Country will leave you screaming for MORE! Tea-infused recipes and a resource guide of Savannah are included in this book.

Editorial Reviews

Bristol Public Library Book Blog - Jeanne Unknown
Books can take you away to exotic locales, sometimes in such detail that you almost feel you have been there in person. On the other hand, there is often a special thrill in reading a book that describes places with which you are familiar: you know that road, or that building, or that little town. You know how the sun looks rising over that mountain. Here are two new mysteries which use Southwest Virginia and/or East Tennessee as a setting:

Long time friends Amelia, Cassandra, Sarah, a

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780983614517
Publisher:
Lyons Legacy Publishing Company
Publication date:
01/30/2012
Pages:
282
Sales rank:
628,291
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)

Meet the Author

Author Melanie O'Hara Salyers brings years of experience in the tea industry along with an enormous talent for storytelling to her writing. She trains tea business professionals through her Tea Academy seminars and owns Smoky Mountain Coffee, Herb and Tea Company. She makes her home in her one hundred seven-year-old Victorian Tea Room with her husband, Keith, and their brood of children in Northeast Tennessee.
Melanie is available for interviews, speaking engagements and book signings. You may contact her through her publisher at or directly at . You may read more about Melanie and The Traveling Tea Ladies at www.travelingtealadies.com.

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The Traveling Tea Ladies Death in the Low Country 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed the third back in the Traveling Tea Ladies Tea Murder Mystery Series. The setting is Savannah and the tea ladies are in town for the Savannah Fancy Foods Show. When the girls meet up with a not so nice competitior, the fur starts to fly. Low Country reicpes, cooking with tea as an ingredient and tips on making the perfect pot of tea are included along with a resource guide of all the wonderful places mentioned in Savannah. I highly recommend this book. It's been my favortie in the series and is full of many more twists and turns. The Traveling Tea Ladies Death in the Low Country is a wonderful peek at behind the scenes of a cooking compoteition. Loved it and you will too!
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MalteseFalcon76 More than 1 year ago
The story is lovely; the writing is painful. The author did her job here because the story was engaging, and boy, did it make me want to visit Savannah! But girlfriend needs to a find a new editor--preferably someone who understands that exclamation points don't have to finish every sentence! Once I noticed that they were used absolutely everywhere, it made me crazy and interfered substantially with my enjoyment of the book! This was the first book in the series that I read, and I was looking forward to it immensely! Tea, friends, Savannah--all delicious! But as much as I like the concept, I don't know if I can make myself read any of the others; the grammar mistakes and avalanche of exclamation points are wearing! (Right?...) 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago