Shakespeare's Landlord Themes

Charlaine Harris
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Mystery

The book, Shakespeare's Landlord by Charlaine Harris, opens with the heroine, Lily Bard, witnessing a furtive figure in the middle of the dark night depositing something in the the town's large park, the Shakespeare Estes Arboretum. After the person disappears into the night, Lily rushes to the park and finds the dead body of the resident landlord/owner of the Shakespeare Garden Apartments, Pardon Albee.

The book is rife with mysterious movements by the myriad of viable suspects. Just about everyone disliked the obnoxious Pardon Albee, and there were many people who had run-ins with him. Many had motives to see Albee six feet under. Since the story is told from Lily's point of view, the only person the reader has certainty as to his or her innocence is Lily herself. As the quiet, stoic Lily goes about her duties as house cleaner to many of the apartment...

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