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Owls Well that Ends Well (Meg Langslow Series #6)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2005

    Who Knew a Yard Sale Could Include Murder?

    Meg and Michael have bought this huge Victorian to make it their own. But it is stuffed to the gils - and beyond - with JUNK So they have a yard sale. But it turns into a family affair - 30 families to be exact. The quirkyness and wack-o antics of her family add to the mix when murder occurs. Lingerie, genealogy, decorating, too-few bathrooms, sheep on the loose, Spike, owls---make a highly readable addition to the series. May there be ever more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2012

    Lightweight but fun.

    A good addition to the series. Start with the first and enjoy them all. Fun, lightweight, summertime reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2011

    not recommened

    it was just an ok book. some parts were funny but most were not.

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  • Posted July 25, 2011

    Great Series!

    I love these characters!!

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  • Posted June 20, 2011

    Highly Recommend

    I loved the book. This is a series that you can really get hooked on. The characters are likable and real. I've been to a few events like Meg and Michael's that seem to gain a life of it's own. Fun read, great characters. Makes you feel like part of the family. Enjoy!!!!

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  • Posted June 18, 2011

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    Great book from a great series

    This is another one of Donna Andrews Meg Langslow books.. I love them. They are so much fun. Witty, and intellectual they don't speak down to my intelligence, nor do they get so obscure that they are hard to read.

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  • Posted September 17, 2010

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    Mother of ALL yard sales!!!

    This is my favorite of this series so far! The main setting for this book is Meg and Michael's yard sale. And what a yard sale it is! This is a hilarious story of bargain hunters, owls, an aggressive dog, Sprockets, dozens upon dozens of extended family members, and of course murder. This series keeps me coming back again and again with its great cast of characters and fun times.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Delightful amateur sleuth who-done-it

    In Virginia, decorative blacksmith Meg Langslow and her lover Professor Michael Waterston move into the house they bought from the estate of the late Edwina Sprocket, the founder of SPOOR (Stop Poisoning Our Owls and Raptors). However, before they can reside comfortably the house needs a cleaning as the former SPOOR president was a rat pack. Meg and Michael decide to host a yard sale. Neighbors and family are encouraged to make the sale into a mega-gala by selling junk and providing special discounts for those in costume. The only rule is that the barn is off-limits........................ Chaos reigns as is typical when Meg¿s family shows up for an event. However, bedlam takes a deadly turn when slimy antique dealer Gordon McCoy enters the forbidden zone barn; someone obvious followed as the culprit uses a bookend to kill the intrusive intruder. Police Chief Henry Burke has plenty of suspects as a lot of people apparently entered the barn, but hones in on a professor at Michael¿s school. Meg thinks the cop is way off base so she begins her own loony investigation........................... This satirical amateur sleuth stars a wonderful heroine and a flock of zany relatives, friends, acquaintances, and other loons and birdbrains. The story line focuses on the nuttiness more so than the who-done-it. Fans of amusing mysteries that plays for laughs as opposed to serious drama will want to fly with Donna Andrews¿ fun tale......................... Harriet Klausner

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