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Small town Librarian is a member of a club that examines true crime tales When somebody murders a member of said club in the fashion of the crime they are examining, members of the club are natural suspects The librarian starts nosing around to clear her name, and save her life.A little bit tension than most cozies. DNF Disappointed Within the first two chapters there were sexual innuendos and mentions of an unmarried couple having sex often and such along those lines God s name was also misused There s a really good reason I don t read secular fiction and even books that were turned into Hallmark movies with a Christian actress aren t even safe to read Never thought I d say I enjoyed the movie of a book better than the actual book. @Free Pdf ò Real Murders ì Lawrenceton, Georgia, May Be A Growing Suburb Of Atlanta, But It S Still A Small Town At Heart Librarian Aurora Roe Teagarden Grew Up There And Knows Than Enough About Her Fellow Townsfolk, Including Which Ones Share Her Interest In The Darker Side Of Human NatureWith Those Fellow Crime Buffs, Roe Belongs To A Club Called Real Murders, Which Meets Once A Month To Analyze Famous Cases It S A Harmless Pastime Until The Night She Finds A Member Dead, Killed In A Manner That Eerily Resembles The Crime The Club Was About To Discuss And As Other Brutal Copycat Killings Follow, Roe Will Have To Uncover The Person Behind The Terrifying Game, One That Casts All The Members Of Real Murders, Herself Included, As Prime Suspects Potential Victims Not a huge cozy fan, but I like Charlaine Harris and it was a decently clever mystery I had wondered about the murderer s but wasn t sure overall until the end.I ll probably pick up the next one eventually. 2017 Summer Lovin Reading List3.5 starsA typical Charlaine Harris setting for this mystery series, a small community in the South As per usual, Harris nails the small town details, the over entwined lives, the importance of reputation, and the somewhat rigid social roles that people get pigeon holed into Not an overwhelmingly wonderful mystery, but enough to keep me reading quickly right to the end and enough to encourage me to put a hold on the second volume at the library It also helps that the heroine, Aurora Teagarden, is a librarian, a career near and dear to my heart Like so many of Harris leading characters, Roe is used to being part of the background Just like Sookie Stackhouse and Lily Bard, Aurora is overshadowed by the women around her that are deemed attractive or normal Harris seems to enjoy giving these kind of women some power, some male attention, and room to explore what they might actually want from life. I like reading Harris Southern Vampire series and I am a librarian so I thought I would give her Aurora Teagarden series a mystery Aurora is a librarian At first I was a little overwhelmed with the cast of characters introduced off the bat 12 characters, some significant, some not so much I did like that the murder was discovered within the first chapter or two It is a drag when the murder happens 1 3 of the way through the bookOverall I enjoyed this book I was hoping that Aurora would employ her super librarian skills to solve the crime, not so The only librarian thing is that she is a librarian who longs for an exciting life as much as librarians are stereotyped, this is yet another stereotype and finds herself in the middle of a spate of murders in a seemingly quiet, small town.I will probably read another eventually just to make sure that Aurora does not pull out a giant can of librarian kick asswhich reminds me, my giant can of librarian kick ass is almost empty 4.5 stars I don t often read mysteries nowadays, but I loved the narrator s voice so much, it sucked me right in I love librarian Aurora Teagarden, her intelligence, her sense of humor, and her deeply grounded, common sense attitude combined with her barely hidden desire for adventure I love her mom and her community, and for once, I m actually really enjoying the love triangle Aurora is in Normally, I really dislike love triangles and just have to shrug and cope with them when they appear in books I love for other reasons Of course that s purely a personal quirk of my own as a reader, not any criticism of fictional love triangles in general but I wanted to get that attitude of mine out into the open so that it would be clear just HOW MUCH it says about this love triangle that even I, a love triangle hater, actually enjoyed it There were parts of this novel that were so creepy and chilling and even downright horrible, they felt all the shocking against the coziness of the setting and Aurora s funny, wry voice but it all worked together amazingly well, and I will definitely be hunting down all the rest of the books in this series The only reason I m giving it 4.5 stars instead of 5 is that there s one years old piece of significant info handed to Aurora from her lifelong best friend as fresh news and I just couldn t believe that they wouldn t have discussed it years ago, since they were already best friends when the event in question actually happened But that s a really tiny nit in a book that I otherwise loved. I really enjoyed the Lily Bard series but it took me awhile to start listening to another of Charlaine Harris s series This one is quite a different situation than Lily Bard A murder club Yikes Reminds me of the murder club in Gillian Flynn s Dark Places A murder club is definitely a dark thing And seem to attract a wide array of people I loooove that Aurora is a librarian My dream job I was guessing whodunnit the whole book I watched the Hallmark movie after reading the book, quite a difference And there was a bit of a spoiler in the movie that doesn t happen until the second book The movie was okay and I really enjoyed the book. After reading all the Sookie books, and then starting this series out of curiosity, I ve realized that Charlaine Harris needs to quit preaching through her characters.Both female characters, Sookie and Aurora not sure about the other two , have mentioned than once about not having a boyfriend and being lonely and envying people who do date, both want babies, neither one feels comfortable sleeping around, both feel they should be religious than they are, and it gets old really fast Both characters also own a white dress with yellow flowers, which amuses me than it should Does Lily Bard own one I ll read one of those books and find out There s nothing wrong with any of those things, but it s a big world And personally, Aurora is boring enough that I feel she needs to sleep around, just so there s something interesting about her I d be happy even if it was just a one night stand anything to draw attention from the fact that she gets joy out of buying pleated pants And what is up with guys not noticing this chick til she discovers a dead body She s boring, yes, but discovering a dead body doesn t automatically mean she s exciting now and her life is full of fun and adventure It just means she found a dead body The one guy, it s understandable he just moved to town But the cop, who s a member of Real Murders You have your pick up line right there Ask her about someone you think is possibly some obscure murderer she s never heard about, duh.Ignoring the preaching, whining, and Aurora, this actually isn t a bad book The murders are interesting enough to keep your attention, I liked how everything pointed to an entirely different person, and I m curious where the series goes from here, and if Aurora actually becomes interesting Just a comment about her likes other than crime and cleaning Harris has a personable writing style, where you feel like you could run into any of these characters on the street Despite what I ve written here, I do like her books for the most part, and will be keeping my fingers crossed this series only improves. I decided to read this on a plane trip because it seemed easy to read and get into without having to think too hard, which is good because I get sleepy on planes I don t often read mysteries but I m determined to read everything Harris writes I like her other two mystery protagonists, Lily Bard and Harper Connelly, but I have to say I like Aurora Teagarden the least Aurora is pretty plain and boring, even without her being a librarian She lives alone and doesn t even have a pet She s 28 and wears jean skirts, blouses with flowers on them, and heels with bows on the back Yikes Clothing choices aside, I didn t really connect with Aurora She has almost no personality and you never really get inside her head Pretty much the only thing she s good at is butting in where she doesn t belong I found this happened a lot with Lily Bard too so maybe this is something that s normal for a mystery series I guess you have to give the character a reason for being in the book With Harper, it makes sense that she s involved in a murder mystery A librarian or a housekeeper Not so much.Even with all that, I still enjoyed the story I liked that you weren t given that many clues and I was guessing until the end about the murderer There were three people that I considered, but I was way off The novel could have used some beefing up though, and the reason that it was such a quick read came from the fact that there was little to no character development or description of many of the surroundings I m hoping the rest of the books in this series improve on this greatly.It sounds like I m really ragging on this book but I did enjoy it It definitely has it s shortcomings but I see some promising things that could be developed and I ll continue reading this series.