Pekoe Most Poison (A Tea Shop Mystery #18)

Pekoe Most Poison (A Tea Shop Mystery #18)

In the latest Tea Shop Mystery from New York Times bestselling author Laura Childs, Theodosia Browning attends a ?Rat Tea,? where the mice will play...at murder.   When Indigo Tea Shop owner Theodosia Browning is invited by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston?s most prominent hostesses, to a ?Rat Tea,? she is understandably intrigued.  As servers dressed in rodent costumes and In the latest Tea Shop Mystery from New York Times bestselling author Laura Childs, Theodosia Browning at...

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Title:Pekoe Most Poison (A Tea Shop Mystery #18)
Author:Laura Childs
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:B01KGZVXTK
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:317 pages pages

Pekoe Most Poison (A Tea Shop Mystery #18) Reviews

  • Piepie
    Mar 01, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

    Theodosia Browning and Drayton attend a Rat Tea Party given by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston hostess to commemorate a time when rats had overran the area. At the party, a fire is accidentally started at the head table and the host collapses and dies. How was the poison from the tea ...

    Rec'd ARC from Netgalley -- thank you! My first tea shop mystery, but I don't think I will be continuing this series. Delectable descriptions of food and drinks, but the mystery wasn't too engaging to me. I did like the main characters - Theodosia, Drayton, and Haley - and I liked ...

  • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)
    Dec 22, 2016

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

    Theodosia Browning and Drayton attend a Rat Tea Party given by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston hostess to commemorate a time when rats had overran the area. At the party, a fire is accidentally started at the head table and the host collapses and dies. How was the poison from the tea ...

    Rec'd ARC from Netgalley -- thank you! My first tea shop mystery, but I don't think I will be continuing this series. Delectable descriptions of food and drinks, but the mystery wasn't too engaging to me. I did like the main characters - Theodosia, Drayton, and Haley - and I liked ...

    Theodosia Browning owns Indigo Tea Shop and has a volunteer sideline going on by investigating murders. Theo and her partner Drayton show up at wealthy Doreen's rat tea party where Doreen's husband starts convulsing and dies. Doreen asks Theo to help investigate and, since she unfortun...

    I hate to rate this book so low as I have totally enjoyed this charming series from the beginning. However, I have noticed a change over the last few books - this one in particular. Where did all that snarkiness from Theodosia come from? She was never like that before - and I don't fin...

    Book 18, how does she do it? I found this one to be very pleasing! A touch of history with the mystery and a deviously delightful. Drama, high tea and mystery, themed tea parties and a touch of class. I loved how this one played out! I also loved how the book paired beautifully with m...

    review to come ...

  • Tina at A COZY GIRL READS AND WRITES Blog
    Mar 31, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

  • Karen
    Mar 09, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

    Theodosia Browning and Drayton attend a Rat Tea Party given by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston hostess to commemorate a time when rats had overran the area. At the party, a fire is accidentally started at the head table and the host collapses and dies. How was the poison from the tea ...

    Rec'd ARC from Netgalley -- thank you! My first tea shop mystery, but I don't think I will be continuing this series. Delectable descriptions of food and drinks, but the mystery wasn't too engaging to me. I did like the main characters - Theodosia, Drayton, and Haley - and I liked ...

    Theodosia Browning owns Indigo Tea Shop and has a volunteer sideline going on by investigating murders. Theo and her partner Drayton show up at wealthy Doreen's rat tea party where Doreen's husband starts convulsing and dies. Doreen asks Theo to help investigate and, since she unfortun...

    I hate to rate this book so low as I have totally enjoyed this charming series from the beginning. However, I have noticed a change over the last few books - this one in particular. Where did all that snarkiness from Theodosia come from? She was never like that before - and I don't fin...

    Book 18, how does she do it? I found this one to be very pleasing! A touch of history with the mystery and a deviously delightful. Drama, high tea and mystery, themed tea parties and a touch of class. I loved how this one played out! I also loved how the book paired beautifully with m...

  • Lisa Ks Book Review
    Mar 06, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

  • Betty
    Feb 18, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

    Theodosia Browning and Drayton attend a Rat Tea Party given by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston hostess to commemorate a time when rats had overran the area. At the party, a fire is accidentally started at the head table and the host collapses and dies. How was the poison from the tea ...

  • Vivian
    Apr 07, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

    Theodosia Browning and Drayton attend a Rat Tea Party given by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston hostess to commemorate a time when rats had overran the area. At the party, a fire is accidentally started at the head table and the host collapses and dies. How was the poison from the tea ...

    Rec'd ARC from Netgalley -- thank you! My first tea shop mystery, but I don't think I will be continuing this series. Delectable descriptions of food and drinks, but the mystery wasn't too engaging to me. I did like the main characters - Theodosia, Drayton, and Haley - and I liked ...

    Theodosia Browning owns Indigo Tea Shop and has a volunteer sideline going on by investigating murders. Theo and her partner Drayton show up at wealthy Doreen's rat tea party where Doreen's husband starts convulsing and dies. Doreen asks Theo to help investigate and, since she unfortun...

    I hate to rate this book so low as I have totally enjoyed this charming series from the beginning. However, I have noticed a change over the last few books - this one in particular. Where did all that snarkiness from Theodosia come from? She was never like that before - and I don't fin...

  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    Mar 07, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

    Theodosia Browning and Drayton attend a Rat Tea Party given by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston hostess to commemorate a time when rats had overran the area. At the party, a fire is accidentally started at the head table and the host collapses and dies. How was the poison from the tea ...

    Rec'd ARC from Netgalley -- thank you! My first tea shop mystery, but I don't think I will be continuing this series. Delectable descriptions of food and drinks, but the mystery wasn't too engaging to me. I did like the main characters - Theodosia, Drayton, and Haley - and I liked ...

    Theodosia Browning owns Indigo Tea Shop and has a volunteer sideline going on by investigating murders. Theo and her partner Drayton show up at wealthy Doreen's rat tea party where Doreen's husband starts convulsing and dies. Doreen asks Theo to help investigate and, since she unfortun...

    I hate to rate this book so low as I have totally enjoyed this charming series from the beginning. However, I have noticed a change over the last few books - this one in particular. Where did all that snarkiness from Theodosia come from? She was never like that before - and I don't fin...

    Book 18, how does she do it? I found this one to be very pleasing! A touch of history with the mystery and a deviously delightful. Drama, high tea and mystery, themed tea parties and a touch of class. I loved how this one played out! I also loved how the book paired beautifully with m...

    review to come ...

    I?m a big Laura Childs fan but this is the first book that I?ve read from her Tea Shop Mysteries series. I know what you?re thinking, this series is probably the one she is most famous for, but I did a little backtracking and out of order reading so now I?m just getting myself...

  • Donna
    Apr 27, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...

    The history of the "rat tea" was fasinating but left me a little squimish as the servers at the tea that Theodosia and Drayton attended were dressed as rats. I was not fond of the way Theodosia was protrayed in the beginning of the book with her perfectly waxed eye brows, it made her s...

    Eighteen books in and the Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs are still strongly brewed and refreshing! What can I say about PEKOE MOST POISON that hasn?t already been said about the other seventeen books in this series? I think all of the positive adjectives have been used, and ri...

    Theodosia Browning and Drayton attend a Rat Tea Party given by Doreen Briggs, one of Charleston hostess to commemorate a time when rats had overran the area. At the party, a fire is accidentally started at the head table and the host collapses and dies. How was the poison from the tea ...

    Rec'd ARC from Netgalley -- thank you! My first tea shop mystery, but I don't think I will be continuing this series. Delectable descriptions of food and drinks, but the mystery wasn't too engaging to me. I did like the main characters - Theodosia, Drayton, and Haley - and I liked ...

    Theodosia Browning owns Indigo Tea Shop and has a volunteer sideline going on by investigating murders. Theo and her partner Drayton show up at wealthy Doreen's rat tea party where Doreen's husband starts convulsing and dies. Doreen asks Theo to help investigate and, since she unfortun...

  • Amy
    Mar 27, 2017

    It's hard to believe that after 18 books in this series, Ms. Childs succeeds wonderfully with another engaging mystery. I also love this series because Charleston is one of my favorite cities so it makes me feel close to the Carolinas.. The main characters of Theodosia, Drayton, and Ha...