Three Bedrooms, One Corpse

Three Bedrooms, One Corpse

Book - 2011
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Third in Charlaine Harris's acclaimed Aurora Teagarden mystery series.

An unexpected legacy has given former librarian Aurora "Roe" Teagarden some time on her hands, so she decides to try selling real estate. Her mother, after all, is Lawrenceton's premier real estate agent, giving Roe a head start on this new career. But at her first house showing, Roe discovers the naked corpse of a rival broker. It looks like there's a cool killer at large, one who knows a great deal about real estate- and maybe too much about Roe.
Publisher: New York :, Berkley Prime Crime,, [2011]
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime hardcover edition.
ISBN: 9780425241165
Branch Call Number: M HARR
Characteristics: 256 pages ; 21 cm.


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Dec 25, 2016

In this book, Aurora Teagarden decides to try her luck at real estate only to find the body of one of the staff at her mother's real estate office dead in the house she has to show. She meets Martin Bartell, while showing the house and it is love at first sight. While she is getting used to her new job and boyfriend another murder happens. Roe seems to be where a body shows up. She is now looking at her co workers as possible murderers. Another very good book in this series.

Jul 21, 2014

still trying to decide if I like this heroine or not. Aurora Teagarden #3. She was in a mystery club, discussing old murders, and now, has "fallen" across another personal murder. Her love life has more interest to her, than the murder, I feel.

Aug 14, 2012

This book was good, but I have to say that I started losing interest in the series after this one. I found the Roe-Martin relationship to be a bit boring. I don't really like the changes in Roe once she gets invested in the relationship. So yes, I enjoyed the book, but now that I've read past it, I have mixed feelings.

LaimaA Jan 12, 2012

This is a great Roe Teagarden mystery. The mystery is fascinating and thought-provoking, with a couple neat false leads. Roe remains one of the most winsome characters and I really like the Roe-Martin relationship.

amysen Mar 29, 2011

This is a cozy mystery series. I was originally interested because I enjoy Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse series. I don't like this series as well; and I was disappointed that the main character, Aurora Teagarden, is only a librarian for the first book in the series.

Jan 03, 2010

Aurora Teagarden tries her hand at selling houses to possibly take over her mother's million dollar real estate business should she retire. Along the way murders happen to the real estate agents. Extremely excellent read. Charlaine Harris you go girl! I am never disappointed with your books. I highly recommend this series for the murder mystery lover.


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