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Librarian Aurora "Roe" Teagarden; is a crime buff, lover of mystery novels and a member of the Real Murders Club, which meets to analyze famous crimes and mysteries. Aurora's passion and insight about true crime ends up putting her at the center of different crimes that happen in her community. She will do whatever it takes to get to the bottom of these mysteries.
When someone begins taunting Aurora Teagarden with cryptic clues left at crime scenes, the librarian-turned-crime buff attempts to figure out who is behind the creepy "game." But when the people closest to Aurora become targets, the game takes on a much more dangerous edge as it points to a planned murder. And once it is discovered that Aurora's blossoming relationship with Professor Nick Miller might be the source of jealousy that is driving the crime spree, Aurora must be especially careful not to become the next victim.
Sally Allison's aunt is poisoned during a family wedding reception and Aurora Teagarden vows to get to the bottom of the crime, especially when her mother, a friend of the dead woman, stands to inherit the bulk of the massive estate. With help from her new beau Nick and her Real Murders Club regulars, Roe won't stop until she brings the killer to justice...or dies trying.
While attending a weekend confab of murder mystery and true crime fans, Aurora and her Real Murders Club pals agree to appear in the stage production of a fun murder mystery. However, when a very real murder is committed on stage in front of everyone during an unplanned blackout, Aurora's nephew Phillip becomes the prime suspect when the lights come back up and he is found holding the murder weapon, a bloody knife.
The theft of a rare Elizabethan artifact on display at the Lawrenceton Library's annual fundraising event leads to capital crimes, when Aurora Teagarden begins her unorthodox investigation and soon discovers not one - but two - murders committed by someone who would do anything to possess "Leicester's Gift," the Tudor crown on loan from the Seattle Museum of History.
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