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eBook Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Novel epub
  • ISBN: 0575103701
  • Author: Charlaine Harris
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gollancz; 2011 edition (March 1, 2012)
  • ePUB size: 1377 kb
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Aurora Teagarden is a fictional character created by author Charlaine Harris. She is the protagonist of a series of eleven crime novels written from 1990 to 2017.

Aurora Teagarden is a fictional character created by author Charlaine Harris. In 2014, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries began broadcasting adaptations of the novels as an original film series entitled The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries, as part of their 'Mystery Wheel' umbrella series with Candace Cameron Bure in the title role.

Real Murders (Aurora Teagarden is a Mystery novel by Charlaine Harris. 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.

Part of Aurora Teagarden series by Charlaine Harris. We kept a low profile. I flipped on the outside light as I shut the door.

Books online free by Charlaine Harris in Novel12. Dead Ever After (Sookie Stackhouse Real Murders (Aurora Teagarden #1). Dead Ever After (Sookie Stackhouse Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse Grave Secret (Harper Connelly Views: 3710. An Ice Cold Grave (Harper Connelly Views: 3060. Grave Surprise (Harper Connelly Views: 3137. Grave Sight (Harper Connelly Views: 5769. Real Murders (Aurora Teagarden Views: 3710.

One of whom is librarian Aurora "Roe" Teagarden, a member of the Real Murders Club, which meets once a month to analyze famous cases. And as other Though a small town at heart, Lawrenceton, Georgia, has its dark side-and crime buffs.

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Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery (original title). Writers: Charlaine Harris (based on the "Aurora Teagarden" series by), Teena Booth. 2h Crime, Drama, Mystery TV Movie 26 July 2015. A librarian who hosts a murder mystery book club at work finds people connected to the group are being killed off one by one like crimes in some of the books they read, based on real murders. Director: Martin Wood.

Similar books to Real Murders (Aurora Teagarden Book 1. An ingenious plot and sufficient flow of blood keep the pages flying in Harris's ( Sweet and Deadly ) third novel, as a series of killings patterned after celebrated murders is perpetrated on the small community of Lawrenceton, Ga.

An ingenious plot and sufficient flow of blood keep the pages flying in Harris's ( Sweet and Deadly ) third novel, as a series of killings patterned after celebrated murders is perpetrated on the small community of Lawrenceton, Ga. d Aurora (Roe) Teagarden, professional librarian, belongs to the Real Murders club, a group of 12 enthusiasts who gather monthly to study famous baffling or unsolved crimes.

Aurora Teagarden Series. On December 1, 1990, Charlaine Harris published Real Murders. We’ve produced below two lists of books in the Aurora Teagarden series

Aurora Teagarden Series. This book introduced the world to librarian Aurora Teagarden and was the start of what was originally an eight book series, although 2016 saw the release of a new story. We’ve produced below two lists of books in the Aurora Teagarden series. The first contains all of the full-length novels, while the second has the short story featuring Aurora that was released in a collection of short stories.

Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Novel. Aurora Teagarden: 1. Real Murders is a crime club. A great opportunity for the people of Lawrenceton to get together, drink wine, eat chocolate and talk at length about grisly killings. It's a strange but harmless pastime. One night, librarian Aurora 'Roe' Teagarden finds a dead body. Killed in a manner eerily similar to a famous case they were about to discuss. And as more brutal copycat crimes follow, Roe must find the perpetrator.

Comments: (7)
I must confess, I'd never even heard of Aurora Teagarden until I started seeing advertisements for a new film on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel (which is kind of my default "background noise" station, because seriously can you ever have too many Murder She Wrote re-runs? No, obvs...). And even then, nothing in the trailer clued me into the fact that it was a book series, until I finally did a google search on the name and discovered that not only was the upcoming film inspired by a series of books, but the main character was a LIBRARIAN. My book loving heart was overcome -- this is total cozy mystery catnip for the likes of me, people!

Real Murders is the first installment of Aurora's sleuthing adventures, and it is so 1990s it was giving me all the nostalgic feels. No internet! Phones on CORDS attached to WALLS! Not to mention Aurora's fashion sense. *wink* Aurora (also called Roe) is all of 4'11" with coke-bottle glasses and a mass of hair she usually keeps tame with a braid...quiet and bookish and perfectly ordinary. She's content with her lot in life until her existence is upended with a terrifying splash of murder, the likes of which she's only found in her true crime books. Her passion for history and mystery met its outlet in the Real Murders Club, a diverse group of locals who met once a month to discuss a historical murder case or related crime-solving topic. But when one of the club members turns up dead, the body staged to mimic that meeting's topic -- the Julia Wallace murder -- Roe's amateur passion for murder casts an unwelcome and all too real shadow over her carefully ordered life. Soon the perpetually-single Aurora is juggling not one but two potential boyfriends, all while wondering which member of her criminally savvy fellow club members decided to take their passion for history's more gruesome chapters and bring it to life in her hometown...and where, and how, would they strike next?

If you're craving the mystery equivalent of comfort food, Real Murders contains all the ingredients to satisfy one's craving for a mystery cozy -- a plucky heroine, a quirky small town, a dash of romantic possibility, and a few red herrings. Roe is a likable lead, if not particularly well-rounded, and the supporting players are typical of the assortment that normally populates stories of this ilk -- the flirt, the jock, etc. While not particularly groundbreaking Real Murders is an altogether pleasant way with which to while away a few hours. It may lack some of the finesse of a Christie novel, but it more than makes up for any predictability with its action-packed final act. This series has promise, and its premise makes it perfect material for a series of telefilms, all guaranteeing I'll revisit Aurora's world soon!
I have been a fan of this series since the very first book came out and had no idea that she had released some new ones or that there were movies (I cut cable years ago)! I have all of the originals in paperback but they have sadly been packed away for a very long time so I listen to the audio versions. I just repurchased all of the books in kindle format just so that I always have them on hand! I cant wait to delve back into the world of murder and books! If you have not read this series I say give it a chance. I was never a fan of the Sookie books but these have a very close spot in my heart!
I was first introduced to the aurora teagarden mysteries through the hallmark mysteries movies channel
So I had a thought to look up the books and I did and so I bought all the books on kindle format and I read them all on my iPhone I was hooked and I preordered the new book
The books are much better than the tv series and I'm hooked on those as well
i highly recommend these books
The books are much better than the tv series I highly recommend them
Nothing personal
Recently, I've been reading a lot of "cozy mysteries" - which seem to follow a basic formula, which can get a bit tiring. This authir's approah is different. The chacrater has more depth, the "romance" is more realitic (not graphic, just more interpersonal and lifelike), and the mystery a bit more challenging. Very enjoyable reading!
I’m calling “uncle”. I’ve loved her other books and was so excited to start reading this series. My Kindle and I go through dozens of books and year and Ican count on one hand with fingers left over the number of books I’ve started and not finished, however, halfway into this book, a murder mystery no less, I’m done. I just don’t care who did it, why they did it, what past famous murder they were mirroring, or which of the two guys she end up with. I don’t care enough that I didn’t even skip to the end to see “who dun it” or if she stayed with either of the two men. Bummed. I may have to re-read one of the other series to get the magic back.
Very well written. Great characters. Just enough to grip you but not morbid or terrifying. Great cozy for a first in series. Much better than the Hallmark movies & those are great. I don't recommend reading Garage Sale mysteries if you like the Hallmark movie version. The books are most definitely not a true cozy. I have a strong constitution but the person who wrote those should be committed. Grotesque. Can't wait to read a "Bone to Pick." Yay! I was just running out of series too. All caught up on Coffeehouse & Booktown mysteries. Love those. Great lovable constantly evolving characters in those series, Aurora T. Will fit right into my favorites list I believe.
After LOVING the "Sookie" series, I thought I would try some of C. Harris' earlier works...I started with "Real Murders," and never looked back, quickly reading through the series--this book is probably my favorite. Oh yes, one can see how "Sookie" came into being by studying this earlier heroine, Aurora "Roe" Teagarden: She is clever, resourceful and very funny....Yes, she wears glasses and sensible shoes (but has a chest that could stop traffic --some funny remarks in the book regarding this)...Roe is a member of a monthly "murder club" wherin each member studies a particularly gruesome/baffling murder, then discusses it with the other members; unfortunately for Roe, life begins to imitate death, as she discovers the first victim in a series of killings commited by a killer who is most assuredly a member of her club (as the murders are commited in copy-cat style)...Where Harris is particularly strong (and startling) is in her ability to describe evil (no spoilers here--but if you read the Sookie books, think the evil fairies torture scenario). The killer and the finale are described in such a manner, as to make one's blood run cold.....I first read this novel 2 years ago, and while I await (impatiently) Harris' next "Sookie" book (May 7), I am currently "revisiting" my favorite librarian--Roe Teagarden! Great read.
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