Another good read in the Aurora Teagarden series. All of her books are good.
I was a little disappointed in this book. The plot centered more around the main character, Aurora's personal angst, than around the murder of an actress. I am a big fan of this author's Sookie Stackhouse series and this was 180 degrees opposite. Maybe it was just cozier than my tastes....
Really enjoyed this one! A good mystery with lots of twists and turns...memorable characters!
With her usual flow of the Aurora Teagarden series Harris has again succeeded in a wonderful story. It blended the loss of her husband to ending her grieving artfully and wove another murder artfully. Until the end of the book I was really not sure who had killed the victim. The humor is perfect, the story delightful and the mystery well woven into the plot.
I enjoyed this one more than I did #5 and #6. The way Roe's widowhood was handled was realistic and sympathetic. I enjoyed the story and found the conclusion interesting and surprising. There is not much character development other than Roe and Robin but as I felt the last few had been to bogged down by character development that was a plus. Looking forward to #8.