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by Laura Childs

Free eBook The Jasmine Moon Murder download ISBN: 1587248743
Author: Laura Childs
Publisher: Wheeler Publishing (January 20, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 351
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Mystery
Size MP3: 1883 mb
Size FLAC: 1355 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Jasmine Moon Murder was well written with tidbits about tea and tea shops inserted well. There is a surprise ending but book has a great finish!

Jasmine Moon Murder was well written with tidbits about tea and tea shops inserted well. com User, September 5, 2006. I love this mystery series and they keep getting better and better. I have often noticed that after about the fourth or fifth book in a mystery series, they often start losing their "punch". That is not the case with this one. In fact, I think this is the best book in the series. The tea info is enlightening, the characters are well-developed and the setting of Charleston intriging. What a gem of a book !!!!

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Love these little Tea Shop books by Laura Childs. The reading is light but enough to keep your interest

Horrors!!! Raisins (and grapes) and poisonous to dogs and can cause kidney failure if eaten in daily amounts. Love these little Tea Shop books by Laura Childs. The reading is light but enough to keep your interest. I like reading these books between more serious books or in addition to a more serious book. I feel like I know the city of Charleston just by reading these books.

Jasmine Moon Murder, The, Childs, Laura. Варианты приобретения. Описание: New York Times bestselling author Laura Childs presents the best way to start your day-with a hearty breakfast and a side of hard-boiled murder. Suzanne, Toni, and Petra found a second life after losing their husbands-opening their own successful business, the Cackleberry Club cafe A killer has the town walking on egg shells. When a snowmobile crashes into the woods behind the Cackleberry Club cafe, Suzanne finds her town's most-hated banker beheaded by a wire staked in the snow.

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Laura Childs is the New York Times bestselling author of the Cackleberry Club, Tea Shop, and Scrapbooking mysteries. In her past life she was a Clio Award-winning advertising writer and CEO of her own marketing firm. She lives in Plymouth, Minnesota. Read full description

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The Jasmine Moon Murder: A Tea Shop Mystery Book 5 by Laura Childs 9780425199862 (Paperback, 2006) Delivery Australian shipping is usually within 12 to 16 working days. See all 6 brand new listings. Jasmine Moon Murder by Child Laura (OHP transparencies, 2006). Brand new: lowest price.

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Always happy to contribute to worthy causes, Indigo Tea Shop owner Theodosia Browning and her staff are catering an elegant - if unusual - Charleston society benefit. It's a "Ghost Crawl" through the historic Jasmine Cemetery, complete with hired "ghosts" playing some of its more prominent residents. Unfortunately, during the Crawl's theatrical number, the organizer of the event drops dead!

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Rocky Basilisk
I admit that I am a latecomer to the Laura Childs' "Tea Shop Mystery" series. However, in The Jasmine Moon Murder (page 97 in the mass market paperback edition) I was shocked to read her recipe for Theo's dog Earl Grey's healthy snack mix: kibbles, raisins, banana and yogurt. Horrors!!!
Raisins (and grapes) and poisonous to dogs and can cause kidney failure if eaten in daily amounts. Perhaps Childs is not a dog owner, but I was shocked to read her advocating this concoction for a doggie snack. Readers use the recipes in each book, and this doggie snack idea could lead to fatal results for anyone deciding to duplicate Childs' suggestion here. While I have enjoyed her books thus far (I am slowly making my way through the series), I wanted to alert readers that raisins are a no-no for dogs.
Delagamand
In this fifth book, Theodosia Browning, owner of the Indigo Tea Shop, and her staff are catering the first ever Ghost Crawl of the Historic Jasmine Cemetery in Charleston. Her boyfriend, Jory Davis', uncle Dr. Jasper Davis is in charge of the fund raiser sponsored by his company Cardiotech. He has been working on a new project called the Novalaser which would help in angioplasty heart surgeries. However, Dr. Jasper would like to do more testing before releasing the product whereas some others want to release the product right away.

The Ghost Crawl was winding down when Dr. Jasper dies under suspicious circumstances. A distraught Jory asks Theodosia to investigate and she agrees even though Detective Tidwell has warned her to stay away. Tidwell is not the only one who wishes that Theodosia would mind her own business. A rock thrown through the window of the house where she is house sitting and a bullet that nearly misses her when she is on a fox hunt has Theo's nerves rattled but not enough to throw her off scent.

These cozy mysteries just keep getting better. I think that anyone who enjoys the American South, tea, cozy mysteries, and recipes will enjoy these books.
Siramath
Love these little Tea Shop books by Laura Childs. The reading is light but enough to keep your interest. I like reading these books between more serious books or in addition to a more serious book. I feel like I know the city of Charleston just by reading these books. Actually, Ms. Childs' books have prompted me to arrange a trip in the near future!!
Yanki
Most excellent writing. Very entertaining and highly informative. This is a top of the line series. It drew me into a world of extremely likeable characters, a wealth of detailed information on teas, art, fashion, decorating, charity fund raisers, South Carolina history, and more. These are keepers for me. I have enjoyed the whole series. Thank you.
White gold
Loved this book, ordered more of the Laura Childs Tea Shop series, and can hardly wait until I can get back to reading the books. Once I finish one, I want to read another one! And the food sounds so good as well as the Tea! Since I'm a tea drinker, hot and iced, I was inspired to again try different tea blends. Great books! I love that I can search by author in Amazon's books, and find more of this series, even those that are older. Most book stores don't carry older books, and if you just discovered the author and the books, I always want to see what they wrote earlier...Thanks Amazon!!!
Lanin
I love all the Tea Shop mysteries. They never disappoint and are always a good read. This author does a great job, I enjoy the continuing characters and the stories are always interesting. I have bought most of the series and will continue to read this author. Thanks Laura Childs!
Galanjov
I am trying to read the entire series and this was a good addition to the series and this was the last one because I read them out of order. In my opinion, the series gets stronger as it goes on. I love all of the recipes and I wish the tea shop was a real place although there is one in Charleston. I think that this book was a great combination of food, tea, good friends, and mystery. I really enjoyed it.
I have vision problems and bought this book to read as it is not digitized and I need large print.