The latest meeting of Lawrenceton librarian Aurora "Ro" Teagarden's real murders discussion club - where fellow member and Ro's best friend, newspaper reporter Sally Allison, had arranged for new Lawrenceton resident, Ro's favorite current mystery novelist and temporary university professor, Robin Daniels, to speak - is canceled after one of the club members is found bludgeoned to death in his/her home. The case is being led by Homicide Detective Lynn Liggett-Smith, the husband of fellow detective, and Ro's ex-boyfriend and ex-club member, Arthur Smith. There is no love lost between Lynn and Ro because of Ro's amateur sleuthing in past murder cases in town. Because of a telephone call to the meeting venue earlier in the evening referring to the Julia Wallace murder, the initial thought by Ro based on this circumstantial evidence is that the murderer is one of the club members. Julia Wallace's unsolved murder from 1934, the case which only the club members would have known was going to...Written by
When the murder chart is rolled up, it was rolled from both ends making two tubular rolls, and is carried away like that. When it is pulled out of the car, it is just one large roll. Since they were in a hurry, it is more likely that it would not have been rerolled into a single tube. See more »
Roe says that the murder of Julia Wallace occurred in 1934, but it actually happened in 1931. John also said the murders committed by Cordelia Botkin occurred in 1878, they actually happened in 1898. Roe mentioned Cordelia's victims were the wife of her former lover and her mother, but she actually killed the wife and her older sister. The chocolates sent to Aida were laced with rat poison, but Cordelia used arsenic. See more »
Aurora! Obnoxious hyperactive and really annoying!
There wasn't much on TV so I gave Aurora Teagarden a go and couldn't believe how annoying the main character was!
If you enjoy childish, simplistic women who act like 10 year olds, then this is the show for you! Aurora is suppose to be 28 years old, but it seems as if they are trying to appeal to young teens because any self respecting adult would find Aurora annoying as hell!
I don't see the point in outlining the flaws and faults in the actual story line, which are too many to list, when the main character is so unbearable!
For a mystery show, this one is full of insultingly stupid scenarios and murders, which I assume are aimed at simple children!
I must say that there were a couple of actors that I do like normally, which was the only reason I gave the show a go, but to my dismay, even they were annoying! I am disappointed any self respecting actor would agree to be in such a stupid show!
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