A Bone to Pick (Aurora Teagarden #2)
Aurora and Jane had been friends- not particularly close friends, but they'd both been members of the Real Murder Society and on occasion had shared tea, as well as an int...more
Now that I have that off my chest I can say that Charlaine Harris is one of the best, light and fun authors out there. I seem to find myself reading her books in the su...more
The first 50 pages were hopeful as she mourns the death of an acquaintance and as she finds out this woman leaves her house with an amazing amount of money and a mystery in the f...more
Aurora inherits a house and a giant bank account from her friend Jane, and then gets caught up in intrigue and suspense and whatever. Both boyfriends from Book 1 are out of the picture, and an Episcopalian contender comes in from left fiel...more
The so-called mystery part of the story was about as compelling as "Honey, where did you put the rake?" Seriously, it was that ba...more
Death comes calling on a small-town librarian whose life is passing her by.
Aurora "Roe" Teagarden's fortunes change when a deceased acquaintance names her as heir to a rather substantial estate, including money, jewelry, and a house complete with a skull hidden in a window seat. Roe concludes that the elderly women has purposely left her a murder to solve. So she must identify the victim and figure out which one of her new, ordinary-seeming neighbors is a murderer-without putting herself in
Algunos puntos son predecibles (miren mis updates si no me creen ;) ), pero no los principales, al igual que el primer libro logró confundirme y tomarme por sorpresa.
Amo la naturalidad de Harris para escribir y lo poco que llevo leído de esta serie me está gustado mucho.
In this book, former 'Real Murders' club member Jane Engle passes away from natural causes and in a surprising turn of events, bequeaths her estate to Aurora. The estate consists of a her house, half a million dollars, as well as another little surprise that Aurora finds in the house. A surprise that could land her in trouble with the police or in the cross hairs of a murderer if it comes to light.
Like the previous one, a highly readable...more
Se già Aurora non mi stava particolamente simpatica per il suo continuo lamentarsi sulla sua bassezza, ora che si licenzia dal lavoro più bello del mondo la trovo pazza! E poi cosa ci s...more
Meno personaggi in giostra, un maggior approfondimento delle figure presenti e una storia che ho seguito bene e ho letto molto velocemente, ho finalmente ritrovato la Harris di mia conoscenza.
Non è entusiasmante come il ciclo della Harper Connelly, ma se mantiene questo target vale la pena leggerli.
Spero con tutto il cuore che Aurora trovi il suo fidanzato, sta veramente scoc...more
La vida de Aurora sigue estancada, el club de los Real Murders se ha disuelto, uno de sus antiguo amores ha abandonado Lawrencenton, el otro se va a casar y su mejor amig...more
A Bone to Pick is the second book in the Aurora Teagarden Mystery and in this we find Roe attending her mother's wedding to a former Real Murders Club member, then attending the wedding of her former boyfriend and Real Murders club member, Arthur Smith, only to be shocked by the very visibly pregnant bride, then the funeral of a friend and former Real Murders club member. To add to...more
Over a year has passed since the murderous events of Real Murders, and after the fiasco involving two of its members, the crime group has disbanded. That doesn't mean that Roe's life is any easier, though. She's attended two weddings--her...more
In this story Jane Engle dies, who is an old lady we met in the first series who loves real murder st...more
When Roe's friend and librarian Jane dies, she is saddened; when she learns that Jane has left her a nice little house, she is surprised, but happy; and when she finds that Jane has left...more
Though her early output consisted largely of ghost stories, by the time she hit college (Rhodes, in Memphis) Charlaine was wr...more