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by Charlaine Harris

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Charlaine Harris
Berkley; Reprint edition (August 5, 2008)
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Book 5 of 10 in the Aurora Teagarden Series.

Book 5 of 10 in the Aurora Teagarden Series.

Part of Aurora Teagarden series by Charlaine Harris. After an upsetting forty-five minutes, during which nothing had been settled and Sam's hair had turned a little grayer right before my eyes, I'd gone to pick up Madeleine at the vet. They'd gotten the blood sample and sent it to a lab, Dr. Jamerson had told me with determined cheerfulness, and he expected to get a reply from the lab in a few days, maybe a week.

Series : Aurora Teagarden Published : 1996. Part-time librarian and frequent amateur investigator Roe Teagarden has good reason to ask herself this question when the remains of one of the Lawrenceton, Georgia police department's finest catapults into her flower bed one beautiful sunny morning. Roe's friend and bodyguard, the long-legged, bikini-clad Angel Youngblood, is mowing the grass and Roe is reclining on a lounger when a small red-and-white plane flies low overhead and drops its unlikely debris more or less at Roe's feet.

Dead Over Heels: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery". Aurora's friend and mystery author, Robin Daniels, is back in town because his book is being made into a film. Charlaine Harris (novel), Shelley Evans (teleplay). The lead character is based on Aurora herself, but the actress playing her, Celia Shaw, is found murdered in her trailer. Martin is suspicious of Robin who dated Celia Shaw briefly.

Dead Over Heels book. The Aurora Teagarden books have been adapted by Hallmark Movie & Mystery. Charlaine is a member of many professional organizations, an Episcopalian, and currently the lucky houseparent to two rescue dogs. She lives on a cliff overlooking the Brazos River. Other books in the series. Aurora Teagarden (10 books). Books by Charlaine Harris.

The fifth book in the Aurora Teagarden series, 1996. For my agent, Joshua Bilmes. Chapter One. My bodyguard was mowing the yard wearing her pink bikini when the man fell from the sky.

Dead Over Heels (Aurora Teagarden Charlaine Harris. Year Published: 1996. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Year Published: 1999.

NOW A HALLMARK MOVIES & MYSTERIES ORIGINAL STARRING CANDACE CAMERON BURE!In this mystery from #1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris, part-time librarian Aurora “Roe” Teagarden lands smack in the middle of a baffling murder case—when death comes from out of the blue…   Roe never liked Detective Sergeant Jack Burns, but she never wanted to see him dead—especially dropped from a plane right into her own front yard. Luckily, even Lawrenceton, Georgia’s finest know that Roe couldn’t possibly be in two places at once, so her name is crossed off the suspect list.   But then other strange things happen around Roe, ranging from peculiar (her irascible cat turns up wearing a pink ribbon) to violent (her assistant at the library is attacked) to potentially deadly (her ex-lover is stabbed). Clearly there is a personal message in this madness that Roe must decipher—before it is too late...
  • I started out liking this series. Now I find myself beginning to dislike the heroine - not a good sign. I was already ambivalent toward her husband, whose sole purpose apparently to be the larger the life, rich, father-figure/sex partner for our tiny, petite heroine. I lost count of how many times we were told how small she was, how rich they were, his much he loved his Mercedes, over and over and over. Definitely not recommended

  • I read the reviews before I purchased this ebook and they were right. Things were not as twisty-turny as they often are with Ms. Harris' books. The main character is becoming sort of weak in this book where in all previous stories she is a force to be reckoned with. I liked it, I read it, but it was up to the usual.

  • This book was by far the most convoluted. I won't give away any spoilers, but the answer to the mystery was completely random. There were no hints of the motive. It was not plausible. Race relations have gotten even worse. The charm that the first few books had was largely lost, but I think that came with martin.

  • I've enjoyed reading all the Aurora Teagarden novels because I like the characters and the story development. However, I wish I hadn't already watched the made for TV movies based on these books because the character interactions and story lines are quite different.

  • As usual, Charlaine Harris never disappoints! This time the colorful characters of Lawrencetown are all amuck with the drama of someone people that Roe has not had good interactions with. You gotta read this one because I didn't see this end coming!!!

  • I loved this storyline, so much action and such interesting characters. I'm really enjoying this series. Will be starting the next book in this series tonight :)

  • Aurora "Roe" Teagarden had just finished wrestling her lounge chair into a comfortable position when the body of her old nemesis, Detective Jack Burns, landed with a thud in her front yard. Everyone in town knew that Jack and Roe did not get along, but its not like Roe could be in two places at once so the police start looking for other suspects. But then Roe has an argument with her assistant at the library and she turns up brutally beaten the next day and her open purse is found on the hood of her bodyguard's car. An admirer sends her flowers with no name attached, her cat is suddenly sporting a new ribbon around his collar, her ex-lover is stabbed, and that is just the beginning. Roe has been found in the middle of murder and mayhem before, but this time, it's personal...
    I enjoyed this book, just as I have enjoyed all of the Aurora Teagarden series, but this one was not as good as the previous books. Roe solved the crimes a little too easily and there was a little too much going on for no one else to spot that the connection between all of the goings-on was Roe herself. I know it is a small police force, but come on. Anyway, Charlaine Harris' writing style is still very engaging and clear. I always enjoy her characters and there were some new people to meet in this book that were fun to get to know because they were a little different. I just wish that the plot had been a little bit better developed and solved. I felt that the author was rushing to finish this one and just decided to end it one day, wrote the last couple of pages and called it done. Still, if you have enjoyed her other books, you will enjoy this one and, if you are like me, you like to read a series all the way through, so find a cheap copy.

  • It’s a fast fun read that you can’t put down. Did not see the ending coming which made it even better. I hate a mystery by the time you finish the first two chapters you solved the case. This kept you on your toes and it’s fun seeing how Roe’s mind mulls over all the clues better than the Laurenston police.