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Shakespeare's Christmas Lily Bard Mysteries Book 3

S for a living trying to forget the violence that once nearly destroyed her Now she's heading back to home and hearth just in time for murderThe town's doctor and nurse have been bludgeoned to death at the office And Lily's detective boyfriend suddenly shows up at her parents' door Jack Leeds i I would rate this at 35 stars out of 5 Certainly good enough to keep me reading the rest of the seriesIn this installment we change small towns and therefore a lot of the people that Lily Bard is interacting with and it s a good change She returns to her home town and her family s home for her sister s wedding right before Christmas After her traumatic rape mutilation Lily fled the town her family and her friends to start a new life in Shakespeare Arkansas Although she doesn t regret the change of scene in this book she learns that she maybe left too soon not giving anyone including herself time to get used to her new normal Like many people Lily is reluctant to return home to face the family She is not comfortable in her own skin yet alth

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S investigating an eight year old kidnapping and the trail leads straight to Lily's hometown It just might have something to do with the murdersand her sister's widowed fiancé With only three days before the wedding Lily must work fast to clean up the messy case before her sister commitsmarria My favorite so far in this series It is actually easy to like Lily in this book as she returns home for her sister s wedding and to reconcile with her family

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Even in a sleepy Arkansas town the holidays can be murderLily Bard is going home for the holidays More comfortable in baggy sweats than bridesmaid's frills Lily isn't thrilled about attending her estranged sister's wedding She has moved to Shakespeare Arkansas to start a new life cleaning house Overall I would say this series fits into the meh category They have disturbing and dark things happen in the crimes but they seem to be brushed over a bit The characters are mediocre of course with all of the police and detectives being worse at investigating than Lily the maid And the love story doesn t have very many feels It s like the books are trying to tackle big issues without being willing to get as dark as these issues would really take to be meaningful to the reader There is a definite feeling of separation between the darkness and the reader It could be because the whole thing is narrated by Lily who has lost touch with feeling much of anything since her victimization That is understandable But I would rather read books that either sta


About the Author: Charlaine Harris

Charlaine Harris has been a published novelist for over thirty five years A native of the Mississippi Delta she grew up in the middle of a cotton field Charlaine lives in Texas now and all of her children and grandchildren are within easy driving distanceThough her early output consisted largely of ghost stories by the time she hit college Rhodes in Memphis Charlaine was writing poetry an



10 thoughts on “Shakespeare's Christmas Lily Bard Mysteries Book 3

  1. says:

    Overall I would say this series fits into the meh category They have disturbing and dark things happen in the crimes but they seem to be brushed over a bit The characters are mediocre of course with all of the police and detectives being worse at investigating than Lily the maid And the love story doesn't have very many feels It's like the books are trying to tackle big issues without being willing to get as dark as these issues would re

  2. says:

    Warning this book has some terrible topics There is child abduction past rape and awful stuff And not much Christmas unless you include using d

  3. says:

    Lily Bard is a complex character and it seems like with each book you get to find out about her In this book she returns to her hometown to attend her sister's wedding While it was nice to see Lily's interactions with family members and friends the mystery itself was pretty flimsy Thankfully this was a uick read but even still it was hard to focus Definitely not one of the author's best but I will stick with the series b

  4. says:

    Normally I do my homework check and see if the book is part of a series double check to learn what type of book it is do some research on the

  5. says:

    I enjoyed how the author took Lily out of the small town of Shakespeare and back to her small hometown the root of her pain and issues the family members she felt so awkward around Of course there is a mystery thrown in when she arrives to be solved amidst family dramas and wedding plans Jack popping into town to stir up her loins and Lily again getting uptight and moody if anyone tries to act normal around

  6. says:

    I would rate this at 35 stars out of 5 Certainly good enough to keep me reading the rest of the seriesIn this installment we change small towns and therefore a lot of the people that Lily Bard is interacting with and it’s a good change She returns to her home town and her family’s home for her sister’s wedding right before Christmas After her traumatic rape mutilation Lily fled the town her family and her friends t

  7. says:

    Another good mystery although the story got a little convoluted confusing at a couple of points May have been my fault for not following all the character names closely enough but there were a fair few Lily goes back to her home town so she knows everyone seems to meet half of them This has added depth to Lily

  8. says:

    My favorite so far in this series It is actually easy to like Lily in this book as she returns home for her sister's wedding and to reconcile with her family

  9. says:

    Better than the second book Less disturbing somehow Lily goes home for Christmas Her relationship with Jack is less troubles

  10. says:

    I really enjoyed this book However I don't recommend reading this series out of order There is uite a bit of hi

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