Duck the Halls: A Meg Langslow Mystery
Publish date: October 22nd 2013
Publisher: Dreamscape Media
Edition language: English
Series: Meg Langslow (#16)
A very cute, very light holiday mystery that starts with a series of silly pranks where a person or persons unknown are filling various places of worship with animals – skunks, snakes, ducks, etc – that eventually turns dark, and then someone is dead and it’s not a joke to anyone. Our protagonist is...
Book Reaction (not a full review) I think this book may have jinxed me.The story starts with an unknown prankster leaving a cage full of skunks in a church. On two of the nights that I listened to the audiobook on the way home from work, I nearly ran right into our resident skunk. On one occasion, ...
I fell in love with Meg Langslow and her family of whack-jobs when I first picked up Murder with Peacocks lo those many years ago. This is one of those series I went out of my way to 'upgrade' to a complete hardcover collection. They're light, funny, really well-written and almost always well plot...
I've been hooked on Donna Andrews' Meg Langslow series ever since I read the first one, Murder With Peacocks, years ago. For the longest time, after the fourth book in the series, I was at a standstill. The reason? Publishers being stupid. Although the complete series is available in ebook now,...
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