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Shakespeare's Christmas (Lily Bard Series #3)
     

Shakespeare's Christmas (Lily Bard Series #3)

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by Charlaine Harris
 

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These Lily Bard novels stand out among traditional cozy mysteries because of the noirish spin Harris puts on the seemingly typical charming southern town of Shakespeare, AR, & on her heroine. Lily Bard makes a compelling amateur sleuth. Here she heads home to Bartley, AR, for her sister Varenas Christmas wedding. But soon after she arrives, Lilys private-detective

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Shakespeare's Christmas (Lily Bard Series #3) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 162 reviews.
jjmachshev More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed every one of Charlaine Harris' 'Shakespeare' mysteries. These are much darker than her other series with the exception of the 'Harper Connelly' series. If you're expecting anything like her 'Dead' series...don't. But if you like a gritty mystery with a kick-ass heroine with a dark past...you'd be doing yourself a favor to try this series out. These were originally written in the 90s, but have been reprinted in the last couple of years.

Lily has to return to her hometown after all this time. Her sister is getting married and Lily will be one of the attendants. Lily isn't doing too badly back home. But then two people are murdered, her detective boyfriend shows up looking into an old missing baby case, and there's another murder. All Lily really wanted was a quiet Christmas!

Like I said, I've read the whole Shakespeare series and only wish there were more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anyone purchasing Charlaine Harris new "Midnight Crossing" should read her Shakespeare series and her Aurora Teagarden series first. It isn't necessary, but there are crossover characters from both of these "human" murder series into this "other" book. Both series are really good books. Too bad the "Lily Bard" series wasn't continued. They were like eating chocolate. I couldn't read them fast enough. I WANT MORE....
Headinthepast More than 1 year ago
Wonderful addition to the series. Harris continues to develop the characters and add more flavor to the life of Lily Bard. Definite good read!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Lily Bard series is excellent. I have reread it at least 3 times and reccommend it to friends, who also love it. The writing is clear and the characters are real and compelling.Ms. Harris, Please write more!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well-drawn characters and interesting plot.
mbWA More than 1 year ago
Charlaine Harris continues her Lily Bard series with a book that shows the main character's growth and love interest.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not my favorite in the Shakespeare series, but I still liked it.
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Lily Bard becomes more unpleasantly self-righteous with every book. Way past time for her to stop thinking her preferences should ruke other, more normal, people.
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lockvillezoo More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy the Lily Bard Series but then you pay $7 + for the ebook and it has about 160 pages and the first 12 are reviews. Well I was disappointed.
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lilybardfan More than 1 year ago
Fans of Charline Harris will enjoy this series that includes no paranormal charaters and provides a deep insight into the struggle of someone trying to rebuild a life after a life shattering event.
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