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No Nest for the Wicket (Meg Langslow Series #7)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2013

    Love Meg!

    Meg and her friends and family are up to all sorts of "games." THis one is a little crazier that most and highly enjoyable!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2012

    Very enjoyable,fun read love all the Meg Langslow mysteries

    Am reading all Langsglow mysteries. Trying to do it in order. Love my nook, allows me to have my entire library with me at all times.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2011

    Fun read,though not the authors best work.

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  • Posted July 25, 2011

    One of the funniest in the series!

    One of the funniest in the series. I really look forward to seeing what Megs crazy family are gonna do next.

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  • Posted February 14, 2011

    Not the best. Still Donna

    Not as good and drawn out as the pervious.
    The war story being a hoax made up by the librarian was
    a bit of a let down.

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  • Posted August 12, 2009

    the duckings

    i enjoyed the story line I have read other stories and it is very hard to quess who killed the victim

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2006

    eXtreme Croquet Makes a Murderous Debut

    Meg Langslow¿s family never does anything by halves, and neither does she. She and her fiance Michael, have purchased a ¿fixer upper,¿ and are living in the barn while the house is being repaired. The Shiffleys are still in the demolition stage with mallets and hammers. Actually, Meg has a mallet in her hand too, a croquet mallet. The latest craze to entrance Caerphilly is eXtreme croquet played on her and Michael¿s and Mr. Shiffley¿s pastures. There are four teams in a tournament when Meg falls off a crumbling hill and lands next to a beautiful dead blonde. While no one says they knew the blonde, it turns out that almost everyone knew the blonde a disgraced, disgruntled, and blackmailing former Caerphilly College professor, Lindsay Tyler. Nothing is ever quite what it seems. For example, Rob, Meg¿s brother, is a computer game company¿s ceo, and you would think that he would be adept around computers, but, while he is the creative spark of his company, he is not a computer genius. Meg does better than he on the computer, and it¿s Kevin, their teen nephew, who is the computer geek. There¿s a Civil War battle that turns out to be a teenage prank, and a Shiffley uncle who contemplated selling his farm to a developer because none of his children or nephews wanted to farm. Through all the twists and plot turns, Meg is able to catch the killer, much to Chief Burke¿s disgust, and a good time is had by most, but especially the reader.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2006

    humorous whodunit

    During one particular weekend in Caerphilly blacksmith Meg Langslow and her fiancé Marley college drama professor Michael share a weekend that would drive a saint to sin. In addition to living in a stall while their house is undergoing major renovations, her land is being used as the playing field for eXtreme croquet. Meg is participating in the tournament where the field contains difficult obstacles including bogs, quicksand, briar patches, and poison ivy to name a few. --- When she falls down the gully while looking for a ball, Meg finds the body of a woman. After the police circulate a picture of the deceased, no one comes forth admitting they knew her. That is until Michael identifies the victim as Lindsay Tyler, a teacher at the nearby college. A host of suspects surface amongst the historical society, the college faculty, and even college students from out of town. Meg makes her inquiries as she now realizes the murdered woman misrepresented herself to gain access to historical documents. --- There are no words to adequately describe how amusing this novel is. Meg¿s interactions with people including her quirky relatives and the situations she ends up in will leave the audience laughing in delight. Her ability to juggle several crises while sleuthing will have readers admire her spirit and determination. Donna Andrews is one of the best authors at providing a humorous whodunit. --- Harriet Klausner

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