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In Which a Flying Corpse Gives Aurora Pause for Thought....
on 18 August 2017
Our fifth outing with Aurora Teagarden and her world of mayhem, mystery and murder. The wonderful protagonist created by Charlaine Harris finds herself in another fine mess from which she must extricate herself and those around her. This time, a flying corpse landing in Auroras' front yard gives her the first inkling that all is not well and bodes an ill wind. It's a jolly good ride, well constructed and closely plotted with well drawn characters who are a pleasure to re-join. I enjoyed only a little less (and only a little!) than the previous in the series due to the fact that much of this novel spends a little too much time going over old ground from the preceeding four books. That apart, still immensely enjoyable. Each book is a standalone tale - although there is a timeline, so further enjoyment of these can most definitely be had by reading in succession. Full marks for sheer enjoyment once again. Highly recommended for those who love a good, well written murder mystery with wry humour and a great, great big heart.