A Bone to Pick (Aurora Teagarden Mysteries #2) by Charlaine Harris is a decent read. Like most of what Harris have written it's sort of a guilty pleasure of mine. It's easy and quick to read and it's not overly heavy or dark. The crime(s) in this book are not huge or particularly groundbreaking - it's just a sort of mystery that happens alongside some other stuff. The book is pretty much an uneventful episode of an ongoing series. I've warmed a bit more to the main character, Roe, and will despite it all, be reading the next in the series once I get my hands on it (8 books in total). I only just realised now that it was published in 1992 which explains a lot concerning the characters' actions, behaviour and utter lack of technology.
|A Bone to Pick
(Aurora Teagarden Mysteries #2)
by Charlaine Harris
262 pages / published in 1992
|Review by Iben Jakobsen, BoB, 2013|