Charlaine Harris Writing Styles in Shakespeare's Landlord

Charlaine Harris
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Point of View

The book, Shakespeare's Landlord written by Charlaine Harris has the sub-title, "Introducing Amateur Sleuth Lily Bard." The book tells the tale of the mystery and subsequent investigation of the murder of the owner/landlord of the Shakespeare Garden Apartments from Lily Bard's point of view. As such, the reader knows that the only person not suspect in the murder is Lily herself.

Lily is a reserved person who keeps to herself. She has a past that she does not want exposed. Therefore, when she witnesses the murderer disposing of the body of the diseased—Pardon Albee, landlord of the apartment complex—she anonymously calls the small town's new police chief Claude Friedrich, a single man who himself is a resident of the Shakespeare Garden Apartments.

Since Lily cleans house, house sits, run errands and provides other such services for residents of the apartment building...

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