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tea

Teazer is No Tease

IN THE January 12 ISSUE

FROM THE 2013 Articles,
andFood Fun,
andStrolling The Town,
andTom Sims
SECTIONS

by Tom Sims


It was a bitter cold and gray rainy day in the Tower District. Fortunately, I found a parking place in front of my location. When I stepped through the first opening, it was an enclosed patio with tables and chairs. It looked like a great place to sit and sip in a few months and with a few degrees of rising temperature.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham



If you are looking for a unique tea shop experience, you have to check out the L.T. Sue Co. Tea Room & Emporium located at No. 1 China Alley, in Hanford California’s China Alley Historic District. Not only is this place charming, but it offers over 100 different teas, good food and awesome coffee!

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by Sandra Murphy



Check out our review of mystery author Elaine Macko’s latest book Armed and our video interview with Elaine from Left Coast Crime. At the end of this article is a chance to win a copy of Armed & a box of bagged Stash tea (18 bags or so to a box) from Classical Coffee to enjoy with your mystery reading.

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by Barry Ergang



The Mall Tea’s Fall Kin is an original mystery short story by Barry Ergang originally published by Mysterical-E in 2006.
When Delmer opened the door to his knock, Winston Grohner said, “Out of my way, punk,” and shouldered his way into the apartment’s vestibule.
Bebe Gunn saw the expression on his face and said: “Wince, what took you so long? Are you all right

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