All the Little Liars
By Charlaine Harris
No. 1 New York Times bestseller Charlaine Harris, author of True Blood, returns to her fan favourite Aurora Teagarden series with All the Little Liars, a fabulously fun new mystery.
Sunday Times bestseller Charlaine Harris returns at last to her fan favourite Aurora Teagarden series with a brand new mystery
Librarian Aurora Teagarden is basking in the news of her pregnancy when disaster strikes her small town: four children, including her fifteen-year-old brother, Philip, have vanished from the school football field. What's even more worrisome is the dead body found at their last known location.
While the local police comb the county for the missing children, Aurora and her new husband, true crime writer Robin Crusoe, begin their own investigation. Could the two incidents have something to do with a group of school bullies? Are Aurora's father's gambling debts related to the disappearance of her brother? Or could it be that Philip himself, new to town and relatively unknown, is the one responsible?
With Christmas approaching, Aurora is determined to find her brother . . . if he's still alive.
'Aurora Teagarden is back! Newcomers to the series as well as rejoicing long-time readers should leap at the chance to catch up with Aurora.' G.M. Malliet, award-winning author of the St. Just and Max Tudor mysteries
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13 Oct 2016
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Harris draws the guilty and the innocent into an engrossing tale while inventing a heroine as capable and potentially complex as P. D. James's Cordelia Gray — Publishers Weekly
Clearly focused plot, animated description of character and real estate, and sparkling prose commend this breath of fresh air to all collections — Library Journal
Great bloody fun — Barbara Paul
At last, Aurora Teagarden is back! Everyone's favourite librarian is newly wed and pregnant-and coping with the disappearance of her half-brother. Once again, Charlaine Harris delivers engaging characters in an intriguing plot; she can always be counted on to divert us with her polished writing style. Newcomers to the series as well as rejoicing long-time readers should leap at the chance to catch up with Aurora. — G.M. Malliet, award-winning author of the St. Just and Max Tudor mysteries