Shakespeares Trollop (Lily Bard, #4)

Shakespeares Trollop (Lily Bard, #4) Welcome Back To Shakespeare A Charming Arkansas Town With Endless Back Roads, An Eclectic Mix Of Residents, And A Dollop Of Noir Featuring Cleaning Woman Karate Expert Lily Bard, Charlaine Harris S Series Puts A Unique Spin On The Traditional Cozy To Create Mysteries That Work On Every Level In The Latest Installment, Lily Discovers Lifelong Shakespeare Resident Deedra Dean Murdered Inside A Car Parked In A Woodsy Area Outside Town Determined Not To Get Involved, Lily Wants To Leave The Police Work To Sheriff Marta Schuster And Her Team Of Deputies, And Concentrate On Cleaning, High Kicks, And Her Boyfriend Jack S Impending Visit But When Deedra S Notoriously Promiscuous Lifestyle Provides An Extensive List Of Suspects But Very Few Clues, Lily Has No Choice But To Resume The Roll Of Amateur Detective And Join The Investigation.In This Fourth Book In Charlaine Harris S Highly Acclaimed And Darkly Compelling Series, Lily Bard Delivers A Hard Hitting Mix Of Southern Charm And Street Smarts, A Combination So Alluring That Long Time Readers And Newcomers Will Be Dying To Visit Shakespeare Again.

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  • Paperback
  • 194 pages
  • Shakespeares Trollop (Lily Bard, #4)
  • Charlaine Harris
  • English
  • 23 August 2017
  • 0425196992

10 thoughts on “Shakespeares Trollop (Lily Bard, #4)

  1. says:

    But it was not her weakness that had caused her death it was one of her strengths that had killed her Many readers have been turned off by the disparaging inner thoughts from the main character, Lily, about victim s lifestyles and slut shaming I ve seen from reviews that some wouldn t even continue the series Now, I wouldn t stop the series over something such as that since I know many books start with a character that needs to growinto realization and knowledge This book highlight But it was not her weakness that had caused her death it was one of h...

  2. says:

    I ve discovered that one of the things I like about all of Charlaine Harris series is that the characters change, and grow.When we first meet Lily Bard in the first book of the series she is an almost totally isolated victim of a horrific crime But almost without her noticing it some things have changed She is no l...

  3. says:

    I was so wrong and glad I revisted this book Thanks for all the commentators who gently advised me to ride the book out A full review soon I am giving this another chance but commentators to my review has said that the comment that bothered me is actually examined further on in the book Plus I miss Harris at her best.Or...

  4. says:

    Alas poor Deedra, we knew her well This fourth book in the Lily Bard series is Deedra s story in the worst way, as Lily finds her dead and violated in her car at the beginning of the story Since fans of the series know Deedra, town slut and one of Lily s employers, from the first three books it has an extra poignancy and the depth it adds to the mystery is another reason why I think this series is Charlaine Harris at her best Lily Bard is a rape survivor with PTSD, making her way in a small s Alas poor Deedra, we knew her well This fourth book in the Lily Bard series is Deedra s story in the worst way, as Lily finds her dead and violated in her car at the beginning of the story Since fans of the series know Deedra, town slut and one of Lily s employers, from the first three books it has an extra poignancy and the depth it adds to the mystery is another reason why I think this series is Charlaine Harris at her best Lily Bard is a rape survivor with PTSD, making her way in a small sou...

  5. says:

    I just finished this audiobook I ve followed some of Charlaine Harris s works in the past and thought I d give her another try This is an entirely different genre than what I ve read before There is no paranormal activity at all.Lily Bard has the misfortune to discover the naked body of Shakespeare s trollop, Deedra Dean, in her car in the woods As the new sheriff, Marta Schuster investigates the list of possible suspects which seems unbelievable Given Deedra s promiscuity, and includes her I just finished this audiobook I ve followed some of Charlaine Harris s works in the past and thought I d give her another try This is an entirely different genre than what I ve read before There is no paranormal activity at all.Lily Bard has the misfortune to discover the naked body of Shakespeare s trollop, Deedra Dean, in her car in the woods As the new sheriff, Marta Schuster investigates the list of possible suspects which seems unbelievable Given Deedra s promiscuity, and includes her own brother, Marlon, lately close to Deedra Lily s cleaning job leads her to talk to many Shakespeare residents, and she begins to wonder if the staging of the body to look like a sexual crime In this version, Jack and Lily s relationship progresses enough for her to declare her love Lily s decides she wants to stay in Shakespeare, she li...

  6. says:

    I hated this book This series hasn t been a great series Interesting enough to keep reading, and I did because I don t like to start series and not finish themThis one infuriated me.Charlaine Harris is a survivor of rape The lead character, Lily Bard, is a survivor of a brutal gang rape and stabbing Yet, this character, in this book, engaged in so much much slut shaming and victim blaming view spoiler I felt like it was out of character and it disgusted me There had been a mention in one I hated this book This series hasn t been a great series Interesting enough to keep reading, and I did because I don t like to start series and not finish themThis one infuriated me.Charlaine Harris is a survivor of rape The lead character, Lily Bard, is a survivor of a brutal gang rape and stabbing Yet, this character, in this book, engaged in so much much slut shaming and victim blaming view spoiler I felt like it was out of character and it disgusted me There had been a mention in one of the previous books that a certain character should becautious of who and how many she slept with to avoid STDs and bringing the wrong person home I don t recall seeing another mention of anything like that, and then this book is so damn full of itOf all the people in the world, I would be the last one to blame the victim for the crime But it wa...

  7. says:

    Although I actually correctly predicted who the killer was this time, which is unusual for this series of books as it s usually fairly well hidden, I could not have foreseen why she was killed or the other circumstances which led to her death There were certainly many other events which took me by surprise in this one too.I am enjoying this series tremendously I love Lily Bard and the way her character is developing through the series I like Jack and he is obviously the right person for Lily, Although I actually correctly predicted who the killer was this time, which is unusual for this series of books as it s usually fairly well hidden, I could not have foreseen why she was killed or the other circumstances which led to her death There were certainly many other events which took me by surprise in this one too.I am enjoying this series tremendously I love Lily Bard and the way her character is developing through the series I like Jack and he is obviously the right person for Lily, however, it would also have worked for me if she d stayed with Marshall, the hot karate sensei Now reading the final book of the series, after reading them all one after another, I feel sad it is the last It s been good to read one after another as the stories link smoothly to one another There is enough character development and variety in plot to give each book individualit...

  8. says:

    a LOT of victim blaming in this one apparently sleeping withthan a dozen men in years means you re basically asking to be raped, mutilated and left dead in the woods i m aware that this was published 14 years ago and attitudes toward sexual assault have come a long way in that time, but there s still no excuse for the ridicule doled out by the main character and everyone around her towards the murdered girl in this novel Lily makes the unconvincing statement at the end that because Deed a LOT of victim blaming in this one apparently sleeping withthan a dozen men in years means you re basically asking to be raped, mutilated and left dead in the woods i m aware that this was published 14 years ago and attitudes toward sexual assault have come a long way in that time, but there s still no excuse for the ridicule doled out by the main character and everyone around her towards the murdered girl in this novel Lily makes the unconvincing statement at the end that because Deedra s death resulted from a strength of hers efficient use of a VHS recorder rather than her weakness promiscuity , she didn t actually deserve the contempt heaped on her this means next to nothing to Lily however, and she resolves to continue thinking of Deedra how she did when the girl was alive still with contempt how that makes sense, or excuses any of the victim blaming from a main character which has undergone rape and mutilation herself , i don t know i ll read the last one in this s...

  9. says:

    The fourth outing for Lily Bard and my fourth in three days , this was as easily readable as its predecessors, but also managed to irritate methan some of the others thanks to Lily s constant judgement of the victim, the titular town trollop the title in itself winds me up some Deedra Dean.Throughout the series Lily has very much disapproved of Deedra s lifestyle, with many visits from many men, but when she finds Deedra s naked body in her car in the woods, Lily s judgement ramps up The fourth outing for Lily Bard and my fourth in three days , this was as easily readable as its predecessors, but also managed to irritate methan some of the others thanks to Lily s constant judgement of the victim, the titular town trollop the title in itself winds me up some Deedra Dean.Throughout the series Lily has very much dis...

  10. says:

    3 1 2 stars out of five I liked this better than the second Not quite as much as I liked Shakespeare s Christmas,than Shakespeare s Champion I did enjoy Lily s growing realization that Deedra Deen s promiscuity did not cause her murder and that no woman deserves to die like that no matter who she has sex with In the previous novels and in the early parts of this one Lilly was often extremely judgmental of Deedra s choices even though they were none of her business I was a bit surprise 3 1 2 stars out of five I liked this better than the second Not quite as much as I liked Shakespeare s Christmas,than Shakespeare s Champion I did enjoy Lily s growing realization that Deedra Deen s promiscuity did not cause her murder and that no woman deserves to die like that no matter who she has sex with In the previous novels and in the early parts of this one L...

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