This is the umpteenth tea shop murder mystery that I've read - I can't get enough of this series. If you like Agatha Christie or Murder She Wrote, you'll love these books which concentrate more on crime solving and less on gory detail. An added bonus is the setting - the elegant Old South city of Charleston with its sights, sounds and attractions brought vividly to life by the author. The backdrop is The Indigo Tea Shop run by amateur sleuth Theodosia Browning whose entreprenurial abilities are rivalled only by her detection skills. In this story, Agony of the Leaves, Theodosia has to investigate some very fishy goings-on when a dead body is found floating in the newly opened Neptune Aquarium ...!