Three Bedrooms, One Corpse

Three Bedrooms One Corpse Deciding if she wants to go into real estate becomes a life or death choice for Aurora Roe Teagarden A naked corpse is discovered at her first house showing And when a second body is found in another

  • Title: Three Bedrooms, One Corpse
  • Author: Charlaine Harris
  • ISBN: 9781409147060
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • Deciding if she wants to go into real estate becomes a life or death choice for Aurora Roe Teagarden A naked corpse is discovered at her first house showing And when a second body is found in another house for sale, it becomes obvious that there is a very cool killer at large in Lawrenceton, one who knows a great deal about real estate and maybe too much about Roe.

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    1. This series is consistently getting 3 stars from me. It's a quick, fun read and a good cleansing book that I don't have to concentrate on to hard. I still think Aurora is kind of unfeeling and pretty selfish at times. I did enjoy this book much better than the the second one where the romance was really flat. She sure does go through the guys for someone who doesn't date much!

    2. To describe this in one sentence, I would say: for someone who describes herself as barely having any social life or relationships, Aurora can’t seem to be able to spend her days without a man, in this case, after breaking up with one – another one comes along. Fun fact! I have just found out that the first two books were written before I was even born. Somehow this makes it even better for me. I’m not sure why, but it does.Fun fact! Apparently there are some movies that aired on the Hallm [...]

    3. I thought this one was great! It was fun to watch Roe fall hopelessly in love, even if there was a point where he was suspected of murder. I look forward to the 4th book, which I will be reading soon.

    4. I can't even make my rant funny. If you don't want to read my diatribe, discontinue reading. This is your warning.While there are elements to this story that I do like, I'm greatly annoyed with two main points. Firstly, if you run a realty company and stuff has been stolen from the houses you are selling for TWO YEARS, why do you not have better security of the keys? The keys are on a board in alphabetical order in the middle of the office. Seriously? Even when women start to be murdered in the [...]

    5. I love these Aurora Teagarden books! Very quick reads, but not lacking in humor and some mystery too. I enjoy the honesty of Roe's internal dialogue and her witty responses to other characters. The messes she gets herself into make me laugh out loud. Enjoyable easy reads!

    6. Read to fill the “Cozy Mystery” square for 2107 Halloween Bingo.I wonder if Aurora Teagarden was in some ways a practice run by Charlaine Harris for her Sookie Stackhouse character? They’re both small town girls, seemingly not outstanding in any sense, feeling that life is passing them by. Both of them are attracted to dangerous men. Both of them take unreasonable risks for those men.Also like Sookie, Aurora changes male partners fairly frequently. I was glad to see the pastor get the boot [...]

    7. Maybe the fourth one will be better? probably not lol I'm going to take the fourth one back to the library and I might pick it up again eventually. I still enjoyed the first two books and I still think Charlaine is an awesome writer.

    8. You know, I was all into this book But the whole time, I am wondering, what the HELL happened to Robin?? In the last book in the series, Roe contemplated writing him a letter while he was in another country, telling him she was interested in seeing him again. But we never know if she did or not, cause the writer never said!! And she was dating the preacher at the time.Then, she meets a woman who will be perfect for the preacher, and just GIVES UP? And then assumes he's going to know, without her [...]

    9. Are the heroines in mystery books always THIS STUPID? Because I'm smart but not like genius smart, and compared to me, Roe is a dumb-bum. At least that's how I felt by the end of this book.Seriously DO NOT CHASE DANGER. DO NOT BREAK INTO A MURDERERS HOUSE. CALL THE DAMN POLICE!Also this book made me feel like I'd been banished to adverb hell for awhile. The dialogue tags almost always had an adverb to explain further what the words meant (because apparently understanding the words themselves mea [...]

    10. I pretty much forgot everything about the first two books in this series over the years, but didn't remember them overly impressive. Now this one I definitely enjoyed - Martin is a dreamboat and I loved the twists and turns on a personal level. The mystery is bizarre but Roe isn't actively solving or discovering anything, so it feels like a side story until the ending when a solution pops up. The book does have her house hunting and other stuff so some may see this as downtime, but Harris tends [...]

    11. Another light and entertaining cozy mystery by Charlaine Harris. 3rd in the series and not my last one to read. Aurora Teagarden is a delightful character who seems to attract murder and mayhem in her life. She also has a knack for solving the crime in a simple yet elegant way. Thumbs up for this series!

    12. Another light and enjoyable adventure with Aurora Teagarden. I enjoy the humor the author manages to include to give us laughs throughout the story. The most entertaining part of this book is the cat's visit to the vet!

    13. Aurora Teagarden is trying to decide if she wants to go in to her mother's real estate business by going with her to house showings. The first showing they find a dead woman in a bedroom, which proves that it has something to do with the real estate world. Aurora gets involved in helping solve the murder and her new relationship. An interesting book in the Teagarden series.

    14. January 2018 was my second reading of this. I decided to re-read it because I am going through the Aurora Teagarden mysteries.Aurora is trying her hand at real estate, working for her mother. On her first showing she discovers a body. A second real estate agent is murdered and Aurora is out to find the identity of the murderer.She also meets Martin Bartel in this book and immediately sparks fly and there is chemistry between the two. Finding these two bodies is one of the things that turns Auror [...]

    15. Don't know how I somehow managed to skip rating/marking the second book as read?! This series is a fast read, Roe is kind of a weirdo (and not that likeable sometimes - almost like a stone age Sookie Stackhouse negative 2.0!), and I think I like the movies on Hallmark's Movies & Mysteries Channel better than the bookswhich I feel like a traitor admitting. But there it is, not that I won't read them all anyways.

    16. Better than the first two, but the mystery was deeper & wrapped up a little to fast. There was too much explanation at the end, not enough investigation. Found the killer & they spewed all, wrapping it all up too neatly. Otherwise, it was a better book. The characters are better developed & the writing seems tighter.

    17. Three Bedrooms, One Corpse is about a girl named Roe Teagarden, aka Roe, who just quit her job at the library, inherited a lot of money from Jane and is now starting to become a realtor just like her mom. In the midst of all this, she is also trying to find house of her own. On the day of the Anderton house showing, Roe’s mom was falling behind schedule so she asked Roe to show the house for her. Things didn’t go according to plan with her first showing. As Row began to take a walk through o [...]

    18. Loved this novel I like the fact I had no clue who the murderer was actually thought it was someone else. I absolutely love roe as a character ❤️ however I'm slightly disappointed who she is seeing I can't put my finger on why that is but maybe there is a reason. Never want this series to end I always have connections with charlaine Harris main characters I feel part of their world. Like always Roe is at the center of danger when she figures out who murdered the women and puts her own life a [...]

    19. J'étais contente de retrouver Aurora, j'ai trouvé ce tome un peu plus abouti que les autres et j'ai apprécié de suivre ses pérégrinations tout au long du roman. Un bon tome qui me donne envie de continuer la série !

    20. These are cute and goofy. I usually read harder core mysteries like Sandford's Lucas Davenport series and these while still in the mystery category are far from those. I think it's the characters that are the most appealing. Ro is an odd duck but I like her and the people around her.

    21. Another fun Aurora Teagarden mystery that Hallmark twisted in weird ways. I don't get why they have to change small details, like Aurora wears glasses but not in the movie, or Aubrey Scott's name got flipped to Scott Aubrey, Martin's hair is supposed to be white, who cares if he's an older man? Anyways, I did like Aurora and someone (remain nameless!) and their feisty, steamy little thing going on! I was surprised by it but I actually loved it because I wasn't expecting it. I've also been surpri [...]

    22. Another great little mystery! I loved getting back to Lawrenceton and finding out what was going on in Roe’s life! And again, I didn’t know who the culprit was til the very end!

    23. Je préfère le Martin des adaptations Ici rien ne me parait naturel bon ce n'est pas pour autant que je vais m'arrêter en si bon chemin, j'aime bien Aurora!

    24. As you (probably now) know, I've been having a great time getting stuck into this series. I really enjoyed the first and second books, and have become very fond of Roe. As well as her town of Lawrenceton, and the strange mix of people who seem to have so many secrets.Since Roe quit her job at the library, she's got a bit of spare time on her hands, so she decides to hang around Select Realty, which happens to be her mother's business. She wants to see if she likes it, and maybe then she can purs [...]

    25. I gave Charlaine Harris and Aurora Teagarden more leeway with the first two books, but this entry had real problems. Aurora is very shallow and whiny and I find it very difficult to like her in this book, especially the way she thinks about her pastor boyfriend Aubrey and then her new boyfriend Martin. I have to think that something is being saved up for a book further along in the series regarding Martin, because he's referred to as dangerous by several characters and he's very possessive and s [...]

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