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Ming tea murder / Laura Childs.

Childs, Laura (Author).
Book Book (2015.)
Description: 321 pages ;c21 cm
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2015.
15 of 15 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
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  • ISBN: 0425281647 (hbk.)
  • ISBN: 9780425281642 (hbk.)
  • Edition: First edition.
General Note: "Includes recipes and tea time tips"--Jacket.
Summary: Normally Theodosia wouldn't attend a black tie affair for all the tea in China. But she can hardly say no to her hunky, handsome boyfriend, Max, who directs public relations for the Gibbes Museum in Charleston. Max has organized an amazing gala opening for an exhibit of a genuine eighteenth century Chinese teahouse, and the creme de la creme of Charleston society is invited. In the exotic garden staged in the museum's rotunda, a Chinese dragon dances to the beat of drums as it weaves through the crowd. The guests are serenaded by a Chinese violin as they sample an assortment of tempting bites. And to give them a memento of the occasion, there's even a photo booth. But Theodosia makes a grim discovery behind the booth's curtains: the body of museum donor Edgar Webster. While Theodosia prefers tea service over the service of justice, this case is difficult to ignore--especially after Max becomes a suspect. Now she must examine the life of the fallen philanthropist and find out who really wanted him to pay up.
Citation: Childs, Laura. "Ming tea murder." New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2015.
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