- Title: Cambric Tea
- Author: Marjorie Bowen
- Pages: 15
- Released: 1928
- Genre: Short Story
- My Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️
*All opinions are my own.
* May contain spoilers
The story begins by portraying a scene Christmas eve involving a young physician and his new patient. This man the astounding accusation that his wife is poisoning him, lacing his cambric tea with arsenic. What has happened indeed?
I choose to read this short story because it is part of a collection I was given as a gift. This story was good it just wasn’t my cup of tea. I found it very predictable.
I do believe that Mrs. Bowen did a wonderful job with the writing. The characters were well thought out and the details were consistent. I believe that alot of people would enjoy this story.
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