Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Review: Real Murders by: Charlaine Harris

Title: Real Murders
Author: Charlaine Harris
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
Series: Aurora Teagarden #1
Pages: 175
Format: e-book
Source: Personal Purchase

Description:

Though a small town at heart, Lawrenceton, Georgia, has its dark side-and crime buffs. One of whom is librarian Aurora "Roe" Teagarden, a member of the Real Murders Club, which meets once a month to analyze famous cases. It's a harmless pastime—until the night she finds a member 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-or potential victims.

My Thoughts:

This book follows Roe Teagarden as she discovers a dead body while juggling two guys.  When Roe meets with her group the Real Murders Club about to give a discussion on Julia Wallace's murder and who committed it she is shocked to discover a club member is found dead in the kitchen staged like Julia Wallace's death.  Who killed the club member and why?  Was it another club member or someone out to get the club?

I love Roe she's great the way she investigates the crimes and helps solve them while juggling her life.  Such a wonderful adventure to go on!  As she picks through the clues and suspects.  With the help of Robin and Arthur Roe figures out who is killing people and why.  I found I enjoyed the complexity of the characters and how they weren't perfect and muddled through various scenarios!

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