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    Too Close

    Sleep Like a Baby is the tenth book in the Aurora Teagarden Mystery series. This can be read as a standalone but makes more sense if you have read the previous books. This is a cozy mystery so there is some violence. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all info here. The author did a good job of explaining what is going on in the series for new readers . The characters are well written, even if you don't like some of them. There are clues in the storyline that keep you guessing what twists and turns will be revealed next. While the storyline is predictable, both old and new fans of the series will enjoy it. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and chose to leave a review for other readers.
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    Another Great Book

    I love Charlaine Harris books. She out does herself again in her newest installment of the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries. In this book Aurora and Robin are now new parents and Philip still lives with them. As they adjust to the new lives with newborn Sophie. Robin is up for a big writers award and has to travel out-of-town to receive the award. Roe is feeling under the weather, so Robin calls Ms. Virginia to come help Roe out with the baby. While Robin is gone Ms Virgina goes missing and a dead woman turns up in the back yard. Who is this dead woman? How did she come to be in Roe’s yard? And more importantly where is Ms. Virginia? This book was really suspenseful. There were some moments where I covered my mouth and was like oh no! There were some scary moments too. I love this series. I really enjoyed the story. Ms Harris is an excellent writer, capturing her audience with her writing skills. Her stories are fast paced and exciting. You will think you have the story all figured out and then the twist comes and you are like what?! No Way! I love the characters in this series. The characters are people you can relate to, dealing with real problems. Aurora is a librarian and Roe is a famous writer. They have dated earlier on in the series then he moved away. He then came back right around the time of her husband Martian’s death. I always liked the chemistry between her and Robin and her brother Philip is such a sweet kid, you can’t help but love him. This series is also been made into Hallmark movies. If you love a good cozy mystery this is the series for you. I suggest you go out and pick up the first one Real Murders. *ARC provided by Netgalley, Minotaur & St Martins Press
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    Oh Baby!

    World of mystery is better with Aurora Teagarden in it. Always been a fan of Aurora and have been enjoying Hallmark adding her to their movies. Aurora is juggling all the new aspects of her life with a new husband, a half brother in residence and a beautiful baby girl. All details being new, dead bodies turning up in Aurora's yard remains a constant. Having an infant to care for and a husband out of town leaves little time for crime solving. All in all still a great read with Harris sharing more into our favorite characters' lives. "A copy of this book was provided to me by St. Martin's Press with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read and my comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Great Story

    In a true Aurora Teagarden novel the twists are really well designed. Roe is a great mom and reminds me of the days of babies and diapers. It really put a smile on my face. FYI Angels daughter is Joan. Lorna is Arthur Smiths daughter.
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