Łatwo przyszło, łatwo poszło

atwo przysz o atwo posz o Aurora Roe Teagarden bystra detektyw amator po raz kolejny staje w obliczu tajemnicy Tym razem mo e bardzo wiele zyska lub straci wszystko Ju od roku w yciu Roe nie wydarzy o si nic bardziej ekscytu

  • Title: Łatwo przyszło, łatwo poszło
  • Author: Charlaine Harris
  • ISBN: 17251457
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • Aurora Roe Teagarden bystra detektyw amator po raz kolejny staje w obliczu tajemnicy Tym razem mo e bardzo wiele zyska , lub straci wszystko Ju od roku w yciu Roe nie wydarzy o si nic bardziej ekscytuj cego od zakupu nowych oprawek do okular w Spok j nie m g jednak trwa wiecznie przerywa go niespodziewane pojawienie si siostrzenicy m a Aurory, Reginy, wrAurora Roe Teagarden bystra detektyw amator po raz kolejny staje w obliczu tajemnicy Tym razem mo e bardzo wiele zyska , lub straci wszystko Ju od roku w yciu Roe nie wydarzy o si nic bardziej ekscytuj cego od zakupu nowych oprawek do okular w Spok j nie m g jednak trwa wiecznie przerywa go niespodziewane pojawienie si siostrzenicy m a Aurory, Reginy, wraz z niemowl ciem, co do kt rego pochodzenia Roe ma coraz wi ksze w tpliwo ci W dodatku wszystko wskazuje na to, e kto w Lawrenceton znalaz sobie niecodzienn rozrywk , odurzaj c przypadkowych ludzi narkotykami.Niespodziewanie Regina znika, a jedynym tropem, kt ry pozostawia, jest cia o jej m a le ce na schodach domu Roe i Martina Aurora wraz z m em wyrusza w podr do Ohio, gdzie jej odwaga, umiej tno ci oraz uczucia wzgl dem Martina zostan wystawione na ci k pr b B dzie musia a rozwi za tajemnic znikni cia Reginy, nie zapominaj c przy tym o karmieniu i przewijaniu dziecka

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    About “Charlaine Harris”

    1. Charlaine Harris

      Charlaine Harris has been a published novelist for over twenty five years A native of the Mississippi Delta, she grew up in the middle of a cotton field Now she lives in southern Arkansas with her husband, her three children, three dogs, and a duck The duck stays outside.Though her early output consisted largely of ghost stories, by the time she hit college Rhodes, in Memphis Charlaine was writing poetry and plays After holding down some low level jobs, she had the opportunity to stay home and write, and the resulting two stand alones were published by Houghton Mifflin After a child producing sabbatical, Charlaine latched on to the trend of writing mystery series, and soon had her own traditional books about a Georgia librarian, Aurora Teagarden Her first Teagarden, Real Murders, garnered an Agatha nomination.Soon Charlaine was looking for another challenge, and the result was the much darker Lily Bard series The books, set in Shakespeare, Arkansas, feature a heroine who has survived a terrible attack and is learning to live with its consequences When Charlaine began to realize that neither of those series was ever going to set the literary world on fire, she regrouped and decided to write the book she d always wanted to write Not a traditional mystery, nor yet pure science fiction or romance, Dead Until Dark broke genre boundaries to appeal to a wide audience of people who just enjoy a good adventure Each subsequent book about Sookie Stackhouse, telepathic Louisiana barmaid and friend to vampires, werewolves, and various other odd creatures, has drawn readers The Southern Vampire books are published in Japan, Great Britain, Greece, Germany, Thailand, Spain, France, and Russia.In addition to Sookie, Charlaine has another heroine with a strange ability Harper Connelly, lightning struck and strange, can find corpses and that s how she makes her living.In addition to her work as a writer, Charlaine is the past senior warden of St James Episcopal Church, a board member of Mystery Writers of America, a past board member of Sisters in Crime, a member of the American Crime Writers League, and past president of the Arkansas Mystery Writers Alliance She spends her spare time reading, watching her daughter play sports, traveling, and going to the movies.

    247 thoughts on “Łatwo przyszło, łatwo poszło”

    1. Wow!! Huge twist at the end that I didn't see coming.I'm actually a little speechless. Great story but a completely different feel then the previous five books. Much more serious and dark. Good for Charlaine Harris for mixing it up and keeping us on our toes!!

    2. I've really been enjoying this series. Aurora is a cute, fun protagonist. But ever since she's married Martin Bartell, it's driven me crazy. I don't see the chemistry between them at all, and he's just a jerk. Then Harris adds these mysterious things in his past that do absolutely nothing for the story. Then in this installment, he suddenly begins treating her (even more) like a stupid woman who's there to serve and take care of him. It drove me absolutely crazy. In the first few books, Aurora w [...]

    3. I think I'm just reading these to say I finished the series at this point. This book finds Roe's husband's niece showing up at her front door with a baby no one knew she had. The niece disappears, leaving the baby and a dead body behind. Roe and Martin then head back to his hometown to try to give the baby to some relatives. Any relatives, I think.There were lots of deaths in this one, an implausible story and again with the final explanation right at the end. Also, a lot more of Roe feeling sor [...]

    4. Local, part-time Librarian Aurora Teagarden is about to be pulled into a mystery that is almost too close to home. In fact, that is where the adventure starts. With winter setting in, Roe and her husband Martin have ordered some wood. The gentleman who was hired to bring in the wood seems to totally go nuts while doing so. After being led away by the police, it becomes clear that someone spiked his asprin.And that is just the start of it. After Martin heads into work to do a couple of things bef [...]

    5. Warning: This review contains spoilers for this and the previous book in the series, Dead Over Heels.Dead Over Heels was definitely not one of my favorites in this series. The mystery seems contrived--a body is pushed out of a plane to land in Roe's yard, and the fact that a couple of murders and assaults have arisen from someone's unrequited love for Roe feels artificial. Roe's complete obliviousness, meanwhile, is not at all Roe-like. A whole array of core characters have emerged out of Roe's [...]

    6. Well, I am starting to recover from the shocking ending which I sure did not expect! She gives plenty of hints but I totally failed to pick up on them. It may take me awhile to get over this. I felt so sad for Aurora.

    7. I really enjoy this series. Every time I pick up the next book, I get totally captivated by what's going on in Roe's life, and can't believe just how much trouble she gets into.Just when Roe is sure her day can't get any worse--after the handyman dropping off some timber flips out in her backyard--Regina, Martin's niece, drops in unannounced. With a baby. When no one even knew she was expecting. If that's not strange enough, the erratic behaviour of their dinner hosts adds to her list of worries [...]

    8. I don't think I liked this book. The people are all unlikeable, most particularly the main character. She really is just selfish and whines a lot. I appreciated one of the characters actually saying this to her face, but it doesn't seem to have helped as the author kept her very unpleasant. Also, how incredibly stupid to not go to the police with everything. You find someone you don't know in your house after someone is killed on your property? Call the police! You figure out the baby you aren't [...]

    9. Another good mystery, better than the previous book. Surprisingly, after 4 books, she suddenly got over her sudden wrap up, which I found annoying. Instead, she's added a bit more complexity with a second mystery along the way & then stretched out the finale. Still tied up as neatly, but not all in a single page. I liked it much better.

    10. Another lackluster Aurora Teagarden book. The best part was when Aurora's friend Sally tried to gently tell her that she was being selfish and Aurora flies off the handle and describes herself with harsh but appropriate language. Not that she learned anything from the conversation. The book seemed a little disjointed, with the majority of it focused on the disappearance of Martin's niece Regina and Aurora and Martin trying to take care of Regina's baby. Despite having friends who have plenty of [...]

    11. A Fool and His Honey is the 6th book in the Aurora Teagarden series. The Hallmark Mystery Channel is making TV movies based on this series of books. I decided to catch up and finish the series. It was good to be back again with Roe. I was surprised how much I remember from the previous books.The book features strange behavior from a local man who wigs out while delivering wood. It features an unexpected house guest who also has a baby that was a complete surprise to Aurora and Martin. Then a mur [...]

    12. I've enjoyed the series up to this point, but this book is disjointed and incredibly slow-paced. Characters aren't developed so much as they are tools to reach a plot point. There is more casual racism and disdain for those to aren't as together as Aurora Teagarden sees herself. The number of times the main character complains about the rigors of taking care of a baby is ridiculous, all the while feeling sorry for herself that she cannot have a child of her own. The very coy way that any sexual [...]

    13. This one made me laugh out loud and cry. Both while wedged between people on an airplane! Fave thing about this series is how the author allows major life changes from book to book. Following Aurora's life is a journey.

    14. Charlaine Harris is a great author. I found this hard to put down. Aurora is a librarian and always finds herself in a murder mystery. Her niece leaves her baby with her and her husband Martin. She has to find out why and unravel the whole mystery. She finds herself in quite a predicament.

    15. NOOOOOOOOO!!!! This was a great book, but it doesn't mean that I have to be happy about what happenedI think I actually threw this book at a wall I was so upset

    16. Before there was Sookie, there was Aurora. I began reading this series when it first came out because Aurora Teagarden was a librarian, as was I. Also I like the southern charm of the series, as well as the mysteries. When I saw a new Charmaine Harris book was coming out, I ordered the audio book without really paying attention. When I started listening, I then noticed that after 10 years it was a new Aurora book, number 9. So after almost getting to the end, I went to the library to get the the [...]

    17. Mystery. In one evening, Roe's had a naked guy dancing on her lawn, a dead guy on her steps, and a baby abandoned under her guest bed, and the day's not over yet.There are at least four mysteries in this book and no one's trying very hard to solve any of them. Roe's common sense, one of the things I liked best about her, seems to have totally deserted her. They have a witness who knows more than he's saying and instead of grilling him or turning him over to the police, Roe defers to her husband [...]

    18. So I have been cranking through the Aurora Teagarden books. At first I wasn't too big a fan. But book 3 they added Martin. I loved the chemistry and how much trouble she still seems to find herself in. A fool and his honey is by far the best of the series. Of course you need to read the 2 books before, just since this whole book revolves around her relationship with Martin, and their issues. It starts off with a good (odd) laugh, which continues to go throughout the book as a women who has never [...]

    19. These are great to read when you have the flu. Even foggy brains can handle them but I have trouble with several things that any good detective (or writer or editor) should have fixed. Roe's BFF's daughter has measles?? There were no measles in Harris County (Houston) in 1999 when this book was written and even so, surly she's not an antivaxer. The baby Hayden is supposed to be 2-3 weeks old and has a social smile and Roe hands him some plastic keys? Ummm His developmental milestones are way off [...]

    20. After an odd incident with a handyman gone bonkers in her yard, Aurora (Roe) Teagarden has an unexpected guest- her husband Martin Bartell's niece, Regina shows up with her new baby that no one knew she was expecting. Roe and Martin have an important dinner they can't reschedule. When they return home to find a dead man's body, Regina missing and the baby hidden, they are flummoxed. What's more, the next morning they stumble across a sleeping man who has been hiding behind their couch. Desperate [...]

    21. 5 Stars. I'm literally lost for words that ending I didn't expect. So yeah I didn't particularly think it was a great idea having Roe marrying Martin I didn't like him but he just grew on me and now he died actually felt sad :(.

    22. So far best book of the series. Didn't see it ending the way it did. Not at all. One of the few non HEA I've ever liked.

    23. Ya va quedando menos para terminar con esta saga de ocho volúmenes donde la querida e inocente Aurora se ve trágicamente envuelta en todo crimen perpetuado en la ya no pacífica Lawrecenton.Un nuevo misterio asoma la pata por debajo de la puerta de la casa de Aurora y es que quién llama al timbre no es más que la sobrina de su marido Martin disfrazada de problemas, Regina. Para empezar aparece con un recién nacido del que nadie tenía ni idea, ni Martin ni Barby (su madre) ni ningún conoci [...]

    24. Watched books 1-4 on the Hallmark Movie Channel and book 5 will premiere in March '17. Enjoy the series and book 6 did not disappoint.

    25. A family member comes by Roe's house and then there's a dead husband. Roe goes to Ohio with Martin to figure things out. Roe doesn't like the baby that she is stuck with and she also gets into trouble and Martin gets hurt near the end and there's nothing really interesting about this book except the ending. Start at page 200 and read from there. I feel like I am done with the series. Not just because of the ending but because these just keep going downhill. This book being cozy, has little to no [...]

    26. Roe is distraught that she is unable to have kids (despite not ever discussing with her husband about having kids before they were married), but when a baby is unexpectedly dumped in her lap, she does nothing but whine about it the ENTIRE book. And seriously, how does she not know a thing about babies? She's so upset that her father moved her half-brother to California - obviously they didn't think she would be that concerned about it since she apparently spent no time with him as a baby. If she [...]

    27. Aurora Teagarden's (Roe) life is feeling quite perfect lately. She loves her husband, although she thinks he works too much, and she loves her part-time job at the library. She hasn't even found any dead bodies lately, which is a relief to poor Roe, since she always seems to be a suspect. When her wood delivery guy goes crazy in her side yard, ripping off his clothes then proceeding to dance around and sing, Roe knows that things can only get worse from here. When Martin's niece shows up with a [...]

    28. This is a tale that explores the lengths to which people will go to obtain what they desire; in this case the central figure is a baby. Roe and husband, Martin, are surprised when Martin's niece Regina arrives unannounced with a new baby. Returning home after a dinner party, Roe and Martin find Regina's husband, Craig, has been murdered in their yard, Regina is gone and the baby, Hayden, has been hidden under a bed. Roe is burdened with Hayden's care as she and Martin attempt to find Regina who [...]

    29. This is book #6 in Aurora Teagarden Mysteries series. Martin’s troublesome niece, Regina, shows up on Roe’s doorsteps. Several hours later she disappears leaving behind a month-old baby and her husband’s corpse. Once again Aurora finds herself in the middle of a mystery.This is definitely one of the better books in the series. Writing is very engaging as usual. I enjoyed seeing Roe interact with a baby which she thought she wanted to have so badly but couldn’t. I also thought the mystery [...]

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