Last Scene Alive (Aurora Teagarden Mystery, #7)
From the New York Times bestselling author of Dead Over Heels and the Sookie Stackhouse novels. Roe is still in mourning over her husband's death when a movie company arrives in Lawrenceton. They've come to make a film based on a book written by her one-time boyfriend Robin Crusoe, a book that... show more
From the New York Times bestselling author of Dead Over Heels and the Sookie Stackhouse novels. Roe is still in mourning over her husband's death when a movie company arrives in Lawrenceton. They've come to make a film based on a book written by her one-time boyfriend Robin Crusoe, a book that detailed their shared investigation of a series of murders that occurred years before. But when the lead actress-who is playing Roe-is killed, Robin and Roe join forces once again to thwart a killer, without knowing that Roe herself is the next target.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 5th 2009
Pages no: 257
Edition language: English
Series: Aurora Teagarden Mysteries (#7)
Another solid installment in the always charming Aurora Teagarden series by Charlaine Harris. Last Scene Alive finds a movie crew coming to Lawrenceton to film a miniseries version of Whimsical Murders. Written by Robin Crusoe (yes, that's his name), Whimsical Murders is the true crime telling of ...
Aurora Teagarden has never really got over the serial killer that she helped put away. Now she is going to be on the silver screen. The story that Robin (her ex) wrote is now going to be filmed, with her stepson Barrett having a starring role. When Celia, Robin's current squeeze, who's playing ...
The previous book in this series was so sad and awful, I'm not quite sure why I continued on; I guess I didn't like leaving the main character on such a depressing note. Things look up for Aurora here, but the mystery plot is extremely thin and the book overall seems shallow. But since there's only ...
Normally I only read one or two books of this series neatly spread out over a year, to have something to look forward to, but also because I don't want to overload myself with Aurora Teagarden; she really is an overwhelming character. For this book (no. 7 of 8) I made an exception and started it the...
Classic Roe...a nice light mystery which read very quickly. I can't believe I am almost done with this series, as I have really grown to like Roe. These books are really running very similiarly to one another at this point. As I have stated with Kathy Reichs' books, they are like old bathrobes, real...