After my Morocco travels, it's a daunting task to bring my blog up to date, but I'll get there!
The fifth Aurora Teagarden Mystery picks up some of the momentum that was missing in the third and forth novels of the series. An old unsolved crime gives readers the chance to dig a bit further into Lawrencetown's quirky past. Oh, and in case you hadn't noticed, typically, giant old houses bode well for mysteries, so The Julius House is a win-win. The book also results in some serious developments regarding the heroine's personal life, that's been ever-evolving since the first novel, Real Murders. You can learn more about the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries in my first post about the series.