Blood Orange Brewing

Blood Orange Brewing

This is a very fine copy of the limited edition signed and numbered by the author. This limited edition was offered in an issuance of 500 copies....

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Title:Blood Orange Brewing
Author:Laura Childs
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ISBN:0425208079
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:304 pages

Blood Orange Brewing Reviews

  • Kathy
    Feb 05, 2012
    Theodosia Browning and the Indigo Tea Shop gang are enjoying a candlelight concert at the Augustus Chait House, thrown by their friend Delaine Dish in an effort to raise money for the home's restoration, when tragedy strikes. They're friend, octogenarian Duke Wilkes, is murdered, stabbed in the thro...
  • Susan Ferguson
    Apr 17, 2012
    Absolutely love this series. I love the tips on teas and discussion of the teas and the stories are wonderful. The end of this mystery cought me by surprise - never saw it coming, altho I had a twinge or two I disregarded because it seemed so unlikely for the train of events. Theo, as usual, is very...
  • Amy
    May 15, 2012
    I'm getting slightly annoyed with Theo. She has this attitude that she's the only one who can solve the crimes, and she does things like talk to suspects and contaminate crime scenes. She deserves to get shot and beat up for taking these stupid risks. If I were Tidwell, I'd put her in jail for obstr...
  • Dharia Scarab
    Nov 30, 2013
    Didn't have the right killer for this book, it was more obscure than most. The killer only appeared in the story twice at the very beginning. On the upside, Theo actually figured out who the killer was without a trap or accidentally stumbling onto evidence.Since I don't normally write reviews unless...
  • Judee. Fong.
    Apr 20, 2014
    Blood Orange Brewing is another fun read by Laura Childs, who also does the Scrapbooking Mysteries and the Cackleberry mysteries. Theodosia Browning, owner of Charleston's "Indigo Tea Shop" is once again embroiled in her seventh tea shop murder mystery--this time, the untimely demise of beloved poli...
  • Clare O'Beara
    Jun 02, 2015
    The first half of the book is all about tea parties, dainty food, pretty settings and buying linen. A gentleman of means who was a war re-enactor is stabbed by an unknown assailant, and Thea who runs the tea-shop investigates a slightly spooky house where it occurred. Apart from some poking around i...
  • Patrizia
    Jul 14, 2017
    4 stelle e mezza, solo perché la parte gialla non mi ha "preso" molto. Adoro quando Theodosia e i suoi colleghi parlano dei vari tipi di tè (per me è arabo...) e delle varie prelibatezze che servono per accompagnarli. Alla fine di ogni libro ci sono varie ricette: prima o poi devo farmi cor...
  • Guera25
    Mar 20, 2016
    For reasons known only to my dogged subconscious, I keep reading these monuments to idiocy. Theodosia is a smug, condescending, self-righteous prig with a vast overestimation of her own importance and her skills as a recreational snoop, Delaine Dish exists only to make the other characters look fabu...
  • Linda
    Jun 01, 2016
    Another fun tea shop adventure. This story twisted and turned and then the layers peeled back to reveal something totally different. I don't drink tea but I do like the descriptions and the teas that are put on at the Indigo Tea Shop always sound so fun!...
  • Kirsti
    Jan 08, 2017
    I'm kind of feeling a little bogged down by the same story line approach this series is taking. Theodosia and crew are catering an exciting new event, someone illustrious and/or important to the town is murdered in front of a crowd, and then Theo and crew commence solving the mystery. How can so man...