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Three Bedrooms, One Corpse by Charlaine Harris
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Jan 12, 11

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Read from January 11 to 12, 2011

Starting a series at book 3 does can put the reader at a disadvantage and I got the impression that I might have liked the characters more if I had started from the beginning. Aurora "Ro" Teagarden is a big fan of true crime and has the nasty habit of finding them as well. In this case, while showing a house to perspective buyers, they come across the corpse of another realtor. If this had been the main story, it would have been fine but Ro and the gentleman she is showing the house to, have lust at first sight. And that was what didn't make a lot of sense. While Ro is fairly likable, I didn't care about the other characters much.

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Susan this was my first Roe book, too. her reaction to the prospective buyer of that house makes sense further in...

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