As part of their Movies & Mysteries franchise, The Hallmark Movie Channel has brought Aurora Teagarden, the mystery-solving librarian of Charlaine Harris's Aurora Teagarden Mystery series, to the small screen!
The first movie of the series, A Bone to Pick, premiered on April 4, 2015, and the second film, Real Murders premiered on July 26, 2015, on the Hallmark Channel.
Full House star Candace Cameron Bure plays Aurora “Roe” Teagarden, the series’ small town librarian-turned-detective. The film also stars Lexa Doig, Marilu Henner, and Craig March. Candace Cameron Bure and Charlaine Harris will also be executive producers alongside HF’s Jim Head and Muse’s Michael Prupas and Joel Rice.
”I love this book for being both very funny and wholly serious about the elemental spirits and about justice, mercy, love, kindness and honor. —Diana Wynne Jones
Princess Annice is a rare talent, able to Sing all four quarters - earth, air, fire, and water. But in order to train at Bardic Hall, she had to renounce her claim to the throne and promise to remain childless. Ten years later, she’s on the run fromt he Royal Guards with the Duc of Ohrid, the father of her unborn child, both of them guilty of treason - one of them unjustly accused. To save the Duc's life, they'll have to cross the country, manage to keep from strangling each other, and defeat an enemy too damaged for even a Bard's song to reach.
9/1/15 Update! The next novel in the series, FIFTH QUARTER, is now available for purchase for your Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iOS, and Android devices!
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JABberwocky’s 20th Year!
Joshua began his career in the publishing industry in 1986 and he hasn't looked back since. In October 1994, after working at the Scott Meredith Agency for several years, Joshua struck out on his own and formed his own operation: the JABberwocky Literary Agency.
Originally, a one man show located in Queens, Joshua's agency now has seven full-time employees working out of their bustling Midtown Manhattan office.