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Falscher Vogel fängt den Tod: Meg Langslows erster Fall - Frauke Meier, Donna Andrews
Falscher Vogel fängt den Tod: Meg Langslows erster Fall
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783404157709 (3404157702)
Publisher: Bastei Lübbe
Pages no: 432
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Meg Langslow (#1)
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Mary's Books
Mary's Books rated it
5.0 Murder with Peacocks
#1 Meg Langslow Series I love this series and love to reread the stories. My husband has been getting hooked on them and so do my girls. I have been borrowing the books in audio format (and buying them here or there) for when we are on trips in the car. In this story, Meg is maid of honor in th...
Mary's Books
Mary's Books rated it
5.0 Cozy Mysteries with Birds in Title
I discovered Donna Andrews and her Meg Langslow mysteries with "Crouching Buzzard and Leaping Loons." I loved the title and the cover photo. It made me laugh. I borrowed it from the Lebanon Library and loved the story. Since I knew that this was not the first book, I began the quest to read all of t...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it
4.0 "Murder With Peacocks - Meg Langslow #1" by Donna Andrews
"Murder With Peacocks" is a fun, light, witty, comedy of manners, filled with eccentric characters, powered by a compelling mixture of obsession, compassion and optimism. It could easily have been entitled "Three Weddings And A Few Murders". It made me smile and, occasionally, laugh. It was the perf...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it
4.0 Murder With Peacocks
"Murder With Peacocks" is a fun, light, witty, comedy of manners, filled with eccentric characters, powered by a compelling mixture of obsession, compassion and optimism. It could easily have been entitled "Three Weddings And A Few Murders". It made me smile and, occasionally, laugh. It was the perf...
Mike Finn
Mike Finn rated it
4.0 Murder With Peacocks
"Murder With Peacocks" is a fun, light, witty, comedy of manners, filled with eccentric characters, powered by a compelling mixture of obsession, compassion and optimism. It could easily have been entitled "Three Weddings And A Few Murders". It made me smile and, occasionally, laugh. It was the perf...
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