This is a very good murder mystery. It starts with a group called Real Murders that meets to discuss famous murders in the past. Aurora Teagarden, a librarian, is in the group. She gets a strange call that relates to a past murder and, before long, there's a real murder. Further, the murderer seems to be one of the members of the group.
The first body found is staged in a certain way to resemble an past murder, and from then on other people die, all of whom die in a fashion again related to a past famous murder. Aurora herself barely escapes an attempt on her life.
She's also sort of a shy person but, before the end of the book, she actually has two different guys she's dating.
The story involves others dying and Aurora and the police trying to find out which member of the group is the one responsible. There's a lot of things that happen and it all remains very interesting. An enjoyable novel.
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