When Lily stumbles upon the well-built corpse of a local body builder-his neck broken by a barbell-the town's underlying racial tension begins to boil over. The white victim was somehow connected to two unsolved murders of black residents of Shakespeare-and a dogged policeman is determined to... show more
When Lily stumbles upon the well-built corpse of a local body builder-his neck broken by a barbell-the town's underlying racial tension begins to boil over. The white victim was somehow connected to two unsolved murders of black residents of Shakespeare-and a dogged policeman is determined to stop the killing. But it is Lily herself who may have to decide whether to stay and fight for justice, or run away one more time.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 5th 2006
Pages no: 214
Edition language: English
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Series: Lily Bard Mysteries (#2)
There's something rotten in Shakespeare... — Lily Bard was running from shattering memories when she moved to Shakespeare, Arkansas. Now cleaning houses pays her bills. Working out helps her heal. Still protecting her scars, she hides a hard body and impressive skill at martial arts under baggy swea...
In book two of this series Lily has a rough time. She loses friends, she get battered and hurt but that doesn't stop her from once more finding out just what is going on. With white supremacists, rich old southern families and an interesting and sexy tall, dark and handsome stranger Ms Harris has ...
"Shakespeare's Champion" the second Lily Bard mystery, confirmed to me that I'm hooked on the series. Unfortunately, the plot of this book was give given away in Charlaine Harris' latest book, "Midnight Crossroad", so I already knew a lot of what would happen. That I still enjoyed the book is a tr...
My thoughts on this book are similar to the last. I wasn't crazy about the book (though it was OK) and it moves slower than I'd expect a 200 page mystery to move. I think the issue is, after two books, I still don't really like Lily or feel invested in her. Hopefully book three has more to offer tha...
*5 Stars*See review for previous volume for more about author, etc. Review for Shakespeare's Landlord *The Gush...and The Rant apparently* This second in the series continues Harris' excellent work I spoke of on the first book. We see many old faces in this one as well some new ones. Lily continue...