Murder With Peacocks
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 7th 2006
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 311
Edition language: English
Series: Meg Langslow (#1)
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...
"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...
Once More with Peacocks (Meg Langslow #1) by Donna Andrews Recommended by: Murder by Death (Thanks! I think you just got me hooked :) ) Meg Langslow is trapped a situation that could make even the most dauntless detective quail: she has somehow ended up as the wedding planner/maid of honor for not...
This one is a keeper. Thoroughly enjoyed it. This mystery is about Meg, a blacksmith, who has to solve quite a few murders while planning her family's weddings. The family is great. Loved the characters. Loved Michael. I bought the second one and my library has the rest. So I'm smiling.
One might think I have enough new cozy mysteries to set me up for quite awhile. You'd be wrong, as the joy of new (long series) unexplored literary horizons cannot be gainsaid. Therefore, I downloaded the book even before checking to see what the reviews said. Directly after that, Murder by Death po...