5 member(s) found this review helpful.
Roe is thinking of joining her mother's Realtor business after she inherits a large sum of money and quits her library job. But finding another dead body in a house she's showing is starting to give her doubts.
Once again, Roe decides no one can solve the murder better than she can, and ends up in trouble.....again.
And she's finally found romance! For me, this was the weakest part of the book. Yes, love at first sight can happen, but when you've got your doubts, and your new squeeze is a tough guy and a possible suspect, shouldn't you reserve judgement for a teeny weeny little while? Not Roe! Let's just jump in and decide you love the guy after, what, a WEEK? Um, okay, if you're fifteen, not thirty.
Let's just say I thought Harris was starting to wonder what to do with Roe and this sets up the next few books. Can't wait to see if I'm right or not.
Definitely a good book, great plot, and interesting characters, though a little on the weak side. I'm interested to see where this storyline goes.
3 member(s) found this review helpful.
This third book in the Aurora Teagarden crime series is even better than the previous two. It is easy to see the development of the author's technique in writing these fairly light crime, mystery novels. Aurora, the main character seems to be developing as a person, too. Although the police find it strange that she seems to be at every crime scene before them, the small town setting, and develpment of the quirky citizens who all know each other's business, make the wrap-up of each crime surprising. Easy light read. I am looking forward to the next in the series.
2 member(s) found this review helpful.
The Aurora Teagarden mysteries as a whole are easy reads, good basic mysteries with a captivating protagonist. I particularly liked this one for the number of suspects available.