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Friday, 15 June 2012

A good cup of tea and a bit of fiction (about tea), set in Charleston, Belfast and Japan

"Good tea is eloquent enough, it turns out, to change a person’s mind" from the novel The Lake by Banana Yoshimoto set in Tokyo)

Tea themed novels for your delectation, a cup of Early Grey tea and a cucumber sandwich go down a treat with a good read in hand..... and if you would like something a bit stronger to go with your fiction then go to


A light whodunnit: The unscrupulous developer Hughes Barron is found poisoned with a cup of Theodosia Browning's tea in his hand. A friend becomes the prime suspect, Theo starts to investigate to find the real killerSet in Charleston.

Interweaving the lives and stories of several characters' stories, the tea house is the thread that binds them together. This is a book, set in Belfast, where people find comfort in tea and food .

The fortunes of a family stand or fall by the use of the proper principles of the Tea Ceremony, a story as intricate as the tea ceremony itself. Japan.

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