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Sleep Like a Baby

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9780349416267

Price: £9.99

ON SALE: 26th September 2017

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

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In Sleep Like a Baby, the latest installment of Charlaine Harris’s Aurora Teagarden mystery series, Robin and Aurora’s newborn Sophie is proving to be quite a handful. They hire a partially trained nurse, Virginia Mitchell, to come and help the new parents for a few weeks when Robin has to leave town for work and Roe is struck with a bad case of the flu.

One particularly stormy night, Roe wakes to hear her daughter crying and Virginia nowhere to be found. Searching for her reveals a body outside . . . but it isn’t Virginia’s. Now, not only does Roe have a baby to care for but a new puzzle to contend with – who is this mystery woman dead in their backyard, and what happened to Virginia?

‘A heroine as capable and complex as P. D. James’s Cordelia Gray’ Publishers Weekly

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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
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
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