All the Little Liars

All the Little Liars

Large Print - 2016
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When four kids vanish from the soccer field, including Aurora Teagarden's brother Phillip, Aurora and her husband, true crime writer Robin Crusoe start their own investigation.
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, 2016
Edition: Large print edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781410493057
1410493059
Branch Call Number: LP HARRI-C
Characteristics: large print
369 pages (large print) ; 23 cm

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lpreston214
Apr 13, 2017

Thin though this book was, it seemed to go on forever. Just not a good plot and Aurora did not seem like her feisty self. Maybe we should let Roe and Robin have their baby and live in peace.

enidlareg Mar 07, 2017

Oh my I was so disappointed. The plot was thin, and worst of all made no sense to me. 4 children go missing, another is killed. Nine days go by before the FBI is called. Are you kidding me? Nine days! The situation does not read 'light cozy mystery' to me, and I found myself not liking Aurora very much in this one. I enjoyed the previous novels in the series, but I can't recommend this one.

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westcoasty
Jan 13, 2017

I hadn't read an Aurora Teagarden mystery before, but had no trouble picking up the threads of this one. However, it seemed to me that Harris's writing was a little clunky at first, as if she were forcing herself to write this part of the novel just to get it done. It improved as it went on, however, and ultimately was a satisfying read. This is not an intellectual novel but she does bring up some good thinking points about dysfunctional family dynamics through the medium of her characters.

minerva Jan 13, 2017

Not as compelling as previous volumes - I found the 'mystery' lackluster and the resolution unsatisfying. Not much plot, a lot of not-too-thinly veiled social commentary.

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zimbabeoh
Jan 10, 2017

I was so excited to see a new installment in the Aurora Teagarden series. It was a good read but not as thrilling as previous books featuring Aurora. It was just so long before this new book. I do hope this series will continue.

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LadyJaneBrais
Jan 03, 2017

Fun and fast paced rollicking mystery, the most recent in the Teagarden series. Not a deadly serious series, but fun and light in the best way. If you want something more serious from Harris, try the Harper Connolly series and you won't be disappointed.

Wolfespearl Dec 22, 2016

It has been some time since Harris has added to the Aurora Teagarden series. It was not difficult to pick up from where she had left off with this series. However, the plot was one that I did not think was going to work out. For most of the story, it seemed too improbable. For that reason alone, I finished impressed with Harris' skill at being able to pull it together in a convincing way. Well done.

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bookie66
Nov 29, 2016

If you've enjoyed Aurora's adventures in the past.....you won't be disappointed. I wasn't sure for the first 20 pages or so....seemed slow somehow....and then it picked up and was up to Harris usual fun writing style.

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