By Charlaine Harris
Moment within the number one ny instances bestselling author's Aurora Teagarden secret sequence. Aurora "Roe" Teagarden's fortunes switch while a deceased acquaintance names her as inheritor to a slightly huge property, together with funds, jewellery, and a home whole with a cranium hidden in a window seat. Roe concludes that the aged ladies has purposely left her a homicide to unravel. So she needs to establish the sufferer and work out which one in all her new, ordinary-seeming acquaintances is a assassin- with out placing herself in lethal probability.
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I’ve met them,” I told Sewell. “They’re old and they haven’t had any children,” Sewell told me. “Jane felt they wouldn’t outlast her long and would probably leave all her money to their church, which she didn’t want. ” I thought and thought myself for a little bit. I looked up to find the lawyer eyeing me with specula- tion and some slight, impersonal disapproval. I fig- ured he thought Jane should have left her money to cancer research or the SPCA or the orphanage. ” I asked briskly. ~ 16 ~ ~ A Bone to Pick ~ “Oh, in the checking account, maybe three thou- sand,” he said.
What would you like to do? ” I hadn’t had a date since Arthur and I had split. Anything sounded good to me. “Okay,” I said. ” “Fine. ” “Okay. The early show usually starts at five if we go to the triplex. ” There could easily be three movies I did not want to see showing at one time, but the chances were at least one of them would be tolerable. “Okay,” I said again. ” He looked doubtful. “I’m kind of a traditional guy,” he said. ” He sounded rather coura- geous about it. After he left, I slowly finished my drink.
And the broom closet, tall and thin, had received special attention. I flipped on the kitchen light and stared at the wall in the back of the closet. It was marred with “. . knife gouges, sure as shoot- ing,” I mumbled. While I stooped to reload the cabi- net shelves with pots and pans, I thought about those gouges. The breaker-in had wanted to see if there was something fake about the back of the closet; that was the only interpretation I could put on the holes. And ~ 40 ~ ~ A Bone to Pick ~ only the large bottom cabinets had been disturbed; only the large pieces of furniture in the living room.
A Bone to Pick (An Aurora Teagarden Mystery) by Charlaine Harris