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Real Murders by Charlaine Harris
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May 30, 12

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery, audio-book
Read from May 23 to 30, 2012

This was a nice change of pace from the Sookie series.

Aurora Teagarden is the local librarian for her small Georgia town and also part of a club that calls themselves the "Real Murders Club". Each member has a fascination with real life murders and meet with that common interest. That is until one day one of their club members turns up dead!

Aurora finds herself in the middle of this tragedy and quickly finds a scary link that makes all her club members both suspects and possible victims in these murders.

Aurora is just a great character. She isn't helpless like Sookie can be and I didn't find myself getting annoyed with her antics. Overall, I enjoyed this first book and will continue reading right away!

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05/24/2012 "disc 2 of 6"

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