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Six Geese A-Slaying (Meg Langslow Series #10)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2008

    hilarious amateur sleuth tale

    With her husband Michael being up for tenure Meg Langslow has no choice except to put on the Caerphilly Christmas Parade becase someone who could help her spouse asks her. Meg always a trooper has all the people she needs to perform the ¿Twelve Days of Christmas¿. She hides her dissatisfaction of being stuck with the town¿s first choice for Santa Ralph Doleson, a mean miser who makes Silas Marner look like a deficit spending Congressman she believes he got the role because he can fill out the suit so the council need not waste money on alterations or a new costume.----------- To get him out of the way so the kids won¿t see him, she places Ralph in the pig¿s sled and forgets about him until her nephew Eric and his pal inform her something is wrong with Santa. Meg checks only to find Ralph dead with a stake through his heart like a bad vampire movie. Meg gets Chief Burke, who is one of the three Wise Men. There are plenty of suspects who wanted odious Ralph dead especially those outraged over Whispering Pines the low rent townhouses and the Spouse Attic where people lease space to place things they conceal from their families Between his two buildings Ralph has a good blackmail business going.. To save Christmas from the odious Grinch who was murdered, Burke and Meg investigate.------------- SIX GEESE A-SLAYING is a hilarious amateur sleuth tale as Meg struggles with putting on the parade, finding a new Santa who can wear the garb, and solving the homicide of the original Santa. The scenarios are so chaotic that Meg needs Lucille Ball to perform her role. Meg is at her best juggling several balls in the air although when some drop she just picks them up and tosses them again. Readers will adore her antics and this amusing tale summed up by the Nativity Scene on a flatbed truck.------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2015

    Shade stayed for a bi

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2015

    Reesha to shade

    Posted at house.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2015

    Shine

    She tried to shapeshift into fox. Atleast I'm still a Shapeshifter. She turned to human she was back to her dark brown eyes d hair. Will it happen again? She asked.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2015

    Storm

    "Chances are yes. Lets focus on getting you to ang though" picked her up and threw shine on her back. Turned into a horse and galloped back to camp

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2014

    Next to the tenor wore tap shoes series

    This is the funniest community christmas ever including the Bubba and series. How do these southern authors collect so many kissing kin miss maggie

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  • Posted June 14, 2013

    Another great entry in the Meg Langslow series!

    Lucky Meg, she's been named "Mistress of the Revels" and learns that means she' s in charge of Caerphilly annual holiday parade. Which includes geese, camels, elephants and a very unpopular Santa, who turns up dead shortly before the parade is to begin. A rollicking tale as Meg deals with protestors, a very pregnant "Mary", loads of family and, of course, uncovering the killer.

    Donna Andrews never fails to deliver and this is no exception.

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  • Posted December 28, 2011

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    a de-lite-ful Christmas Read

    Just what you need during the Christmas season.. Something light, fun and humorous.. Not so griping that you can not put it down, in order to decorate the house, wrap gifts, or go to holiday parties.. But simply a pleasure to find the time to curl back up to and relax and unwind with a nice well deserved stretch of quiet time..

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  • Posted December 26, 2011

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    Great Read

    I loved this book. It's only the second I've tried in the series, and I'm sure now to try more. Off the wall humor, "Look, it's the Goose of Christmas yet to come." and murder, interesting and well done plot. Full and entertaining characters. A thoroughly enjoyable mystery. If you're looking for a fun holiday read with a touch of murder and a gaggle of suspects, you'll love this one.

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  • Posted November 29, 2011

    Great read

    A great Christmas murder mystery with the Langslow family. For Donna Andrews fans a must read.

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  • Posted February 14, 2011

    Great Seasonal Read

    You'll be glad to relax with this one after all that shopping.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2010

    Fun Read

    A fun read the main character reminds me of the daughter in Father Knows Best and her dad reminds me of the dad in Happy Days. A lot of fun.

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  • Posted February 24, 2009

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    Fun and fast read

    Donna Andrews uses birds as a theme for her murder mystery books. This is what makes these books different from other murder mystery books. They are funny, intriguing and enjoyable to read. They make me what to know more about Meg and her family. What is fun about this series is that they are near where I live. I recommend this book as a nice easy read when too much stuff is going on in your life and you need a break.

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