Series: Book 1 of Aurora Teagarden
The Good: I liked the premise of this book - a "murder club" full of true-crime buffs starts getting killed off, probably by one of their own. I enjoyed Roe, for the first time in her life even, trying to juggle two men and decide between them. I loved that she's a librarian as well as all of the true-crime case facts that were explored over the course of the book.
The Bad: Aurora Teagarden - it's such a pretty name. I didn't get her dislike of it, or why she would possibly chose to go by Roe instead. I also didn't really like the way she sort of thought badly about herself whenever she compared herself to either of her close girlfriends.