I have to admit right now, I infinitely prefer Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse books to her Aurora Teagarden books. This is the second book in the latter series that I’ve read, and I’m not in a hurry to read more.
In this book, one of the elderly members of the now disbanded club that was the center of the action in the last book has passed away, and left everything to Roe, including her house, which Roe discovers holds a hidden skull. Roe spends the book figuring out home ownership, her new neighbors, as well as where the heck the skull came from.
The action in this book, like the last, went by way too quickly, and just didn’t seem that important. I guess I kind of like the normalcy of Roe’s life, and the trails and travels of falling into home ownership, but it just doesn’t make a whole book, and the actual murder in this one went by way to quickly.
I’m glad I was able to borrow this book. I may get around to reading more at some point, but it won’t be any time soon.