This is our second week and our theme is Destination Books. You know where the main character packs up and leaves their cozy town on a trip.... My selection for this weeks theme is a book from a series I love by Melanie O'Hara and her Traveling Tea Ladies Series. I first found out about this series from Tea Time Magazine and I ordered mine from The Book Depository one by one and loved each book in the series. My choice for today's destination read is Death In The Low Country.
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.
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I haven't read this series yet. I need to add it to my TBR! Thanks, Karen!ReplyDelete
It is an older one now but a good one! The entire series is delightful.Delete
Oh, I haven't heard of this series before. Thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
I hope you will take a chance on it, I loved it!Delete
Thanks for sharing, Karen. Another one to add to my list.ReplyDelete
I hope you will enjoy it Mary! It is a favorite of mine!Delete
I always love finding out about a new to me series. This one sounds fun, the ladies might be a little like the ones I like so much in the Southern Sewing Circle series. Anxious to start it!ReplyDelete