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The Traveling Tea Ladies Death In Dallas
     

The Traveling Tea Ladies Death In Dallas

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by Melanie O'Hara-Salyers
 
Brew your favorite pot of tea, tuck the kiddies into bed, and prepare to stay up all night with this nail biter. The Traveling Tea Ladies - DEATH IN DALLAS is a fun non-stop read where "Charlie's Angels Meet Steel Magnolias." Readers will love this tale of strong tea, strong friendships, and strong southern women steeped in mystery. Set in Dogwood Cove, a picturesque

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Brew your favorite pot of tea, tuck the kiddies into bed, and prepare to stay up all night with this nail biter. The Traveling Tea Ladies - DEATH IN DALLAS is a fun non-stop read where "Charlie's Angels Meet Steel Magnolias." Readers will love this tale of strong tea, strong friendships, and strong southern women steeped in mystery. Set in Dogwood Cove, a picturesque small town in Northeast Tennessee, the action begins at "The Pink Dogwood Tea Room" also known as "The Pink Lady." The gorgeous Victorian, owned by Amelia and Shane Spencer, is the coziest meeting place in town. Amelia is surrounded by a supportive group of friends including Cassandra Reynolds, CEO of Reynolds's Candies and always on the front row at "Fashion Week"; Sarah McCaffrey, the free-spirited sometimes costumed local librarian; and Olivia Rivers, the brash and sassy owner of Riverbend Ranch. Together with Amelia, they are known as "The Traveling Tea Ladies." Fun and mystery surrounds them wherever their tea travels take them. Cozy mystery fans sit back and enjoy the first book in a new series sure to enchant readers everywhere!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984319244
Publisher:
Little Creek Books
Publication date:
08/27/2010
Pages:
230
Product dimensions:
0.52(w) x 5.00(h) x 8.00(d)
Age Range:
10 Years

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Traveling Tea Ladies Death in Dallas 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Ducky12 More than 1 year ago
I found this a very enjoyable read. Not for the die hard mystery person, but FUN for the rest of us!!!!!!!!!
TeainTN More than 1 year ago
This is the beginning folks. The beginning of your new relationships with what will feel like old friends. When you start this read you will instantly be drawn in to this circle of friends. Seeing and feeling their visions along with their emotions gives new meaning to the statement "I wish I was a fly on the wall", because you are! That is how real it all becomes. The authur does a great job of adding in real locations, resturants and events along with true receipes from her tea room kitchen. The mystery will keep you wondering till the end, changing your mind and any given time. Order this book and expect to brew several pots of tea and try out new receipe. If your like me and read it through in two days,cause I just could not stop, you'll be ready for the next in the series as soon as you turn the last page!
TeaGroupie More than 1 year ago
I was brewing a pot of tea and baking scones before the end of the first chapter. I enjoyed reading about Amelia Spencer and her three best friends known as "The raveling Tea Ladies." Everywhere their tea adventures taken them, murder and mayhem follow. The first book in the mystery series takes Amelia and her friends back to Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas for a class reunion/homecoming weekend. Amelia finds herself in hot water when she is named the number one suspect in a classmate's grissly murder. I enjoyed all the recipes from the author's actual tea room as well as all the lovely teas she shared with her reader. It was a fun adventure from beginning to end and I highly recommend it to everyone whether you like tea or not!