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Shakespeare's Counselor

2 Ratings: 4.0
A book by Charlaine Harris

Harris's fifth Lily Bard mystery set in the small Arkansas town of Shakespeare (Shakespeare's Trollop, etc.) is good enough in part to make one wish it was better as a whole. Its mainstream novelistic promise is left unfulfilled in its adherence to genre … see full wiki

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Author: Charlaine Harris
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: Berkley Prime Crime
2 reviews about Shakespeare's Counselor
review by . July 30, 2009
But still good. I found the plot loose, a little too obvious and kooky, but drawn out enough that I wasn't sure until the very end. I'm sad the series ended on this as I had grown attached to the characters, especially the damaged ones. (Well, they're all damaged)
review by . March 10, 2008
While dreaming about the weekend she spent tied up in a shack, tortured and raped, Lily Bard wakes up trying to kill the man she loves, Jack Leeds. Lily has made some changes in her life since Jack came into it. Now she takes the biggest and most important step, she finally seeks therapy.    She joins a local support group for rape survivors and finally, willingly, begins to discuss what happened to her over 4 years ago. When a member of that group is murdered, Lily once again …
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