The Julius House

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Worldwide, 1996 - Fiction - 250 pages
124 Reviews
Roe is still in mourning over her husband's death when a movie company comes to town to make a film based on a book written by her one-time boyfriend, Robin Crusoe. When the film's lead actress is killed, Robin and Roe join forces to thwart a killer.

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good character development. - Goodreads
The writing is sophomoric. - Goodreads
The twist ending was great! - Goodreads
The plot is well written & keeps you on edge. - Goodreads
It is an easy read but hardly a page turner. - Goodreads
I loved the writing and the quirky characters. - Goodreads

Review: The Julius House (Aurora Teagarden #4)

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Okay it has become a game now with this series. Can I figure out the killer before Aurora so far Roe is winning on that score. Though I really liked the twisted in this book. And though it started a little slow I kinda enjoyed the little insight on Roe herself. Read full review

Review: The Julius House (Aurora Teagarden #4)

User Review  - MyACPL Athens County Public Libraries - Goodreads

from James: Wish I could give it 3.5 stars. Whereas 4 stars would denote something more akin to literature, imho, 3 stars is a little too ungracious. In any case, every Harris book I've read has ... Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Charlaine Harris was born in Tunica, Mississippi on November 25, 1951. She attended Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. She wrote poetry and plays before beginning to publish mysteries set in the American South. The first book in her Aurora Teagarden series, Real Murders, was nominated in 1990 for an Agatha Award for Best Novel. She also writes the Lily Bard series, the Harper Connelly series, and the Sookie Stackhouse series. In 2001, the first book in the Sookie Stackhouse series, Dead until Dark, won an Anthony Award for Best Paperback Mystery. The series was adapted as a TV show on HBO called True Blood. The final novel in the Sookie Stackhouse Series, entitled Dead Ever After, was named to the New York Times bestseller list in 2013.

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