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Poppy Done to Death (Aurora Teagarden Series #8)

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  • Posted June 18, 2013

    is this the end of the series?

    i am a cozy reader .....love a cozy mystery!!!

    I have tried to read all in this series but i may have missed one or two so i am going to find them...i really have enjoyed them all

    but is this the end of the series? is there no more Aurora?

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  • Posted July 11, 2009

    Go away Aurora

    I am going to admit right up front that I have read the whole Aurora Teagarden series (and unfortunately bought all of them except the last two) and I absolutely hate the woman. She is boring. I find her to be an unrealistic character in that she is (by the author's own description) not drop dead gorgeous, just average pretty, yet seems to have men throwing themselves at her. She even (in one of the books) had a man so obsessed with her that killed for her. That's ridiculous. This is a woman who, for excitement, wears different colored glasses. She just irritates the snot out of me. I have a hard time believing that Charlaine Harris, who writes the great Sookie series (plus her other series) writes this one. THis book, in particular, was awful, but I decided to finish the series. The whole idea of the Uppity Women club is dumb. I know there are probably stupid clubs like this everywhere for women with lots of money and nothing else to do (although Harris was very careful to describe the club as women who are very accomplished, smart, etc. But why would Roe be in it? She's not accomplished at all. She lucked out getting a lot of money, hasn't done a damn thing with it, and is merely a part time librarian. I work with librarians and believe me, I don't care how many degrees they have, some of them aren't very bright). The mystery wasn't all that mysterious, and the ending rather boring and mundane. While I like her new boyfriend, Robin Crusoe, I hate his name. It's ridiculous and not a bit funny. If you want to read the Roe series, go ahead, but dont't make the mistake I did and buy them. If you want to read something better, read Charlaine Harris's other books--they are much better and the female characters more admirable and less wishy-washy, weak, and boring.

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