I hadn't read an Aurora Teagarden mystery before, but had no trouble picking up the threads of this one. However, it seemed to me that Harris's writing was a little clunky at first, as if she were forcing herself to write this part of the novel just to get it done. It improved as it went on, however, and ultimately was a satisfying read. This is not an intellectual novel but she does bring up some good thinking points about dysfunctional family dynamics through the medium of her characters.

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