The Nightingale Before Christmas (Meg Langslow Series #18)

The Nightingale Before Christmas (Meg Langslow Series #18)

by Donna Andrews
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The Nightingale Before Christmas 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like her earlier ones better. More relevant to story instead of personal asides.
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For some reason ravens has no access to reviews posted one from another nook book
Annefj More than 1 year ago
I've always loved Donna Andrews' books and have read every one with great delight. This latest one was as thoroughly enjoyable as all the others. I can't praise her enough!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
loved it
Carstairs38 More than 1 year ago
Decorating for Murder   Once again, Meg has found herself roped into a project at Christmas time.  This year, she’s coordinating a decorator show house that will help raise money via ticket sales for local charities once it opens on Christmas Eve.  Also, it will hopefully help the decorators get new clients.  Each decorator is responsible for a room or two, so the styles are as different as their various personalities.   As you might expect, that many strong personalities in one house is cause for conflict.  However, the worst offender is Clay Spottiswood, a man who seems to go out of his way to set others back in their efforts to finish their rooms by the deadline.  Going back late to lock up one night, Meg finds the man shot to death in the master bedroom he was decorating.  Is one of the decorators a murderer?  Or has something from Clay’s past caused him to be murdered?   Arguably, this book could have been set at any time of the year, however, there are touches that definitely give it a Christmas feel.  Meg’s twins absolutely steal any scene they are in, and they made me laugh out loud a few times.  The rest of the characters are as fun as always, of course.  I was disappointed that one thread from the last book was only touched on in passing; hope it’s picked up in the next book.  I thought I had the mystery solved early, but I was actually surprised by the ending.   This book was wonderful to read at Christmas time, but any fan of Meg will enjoy it no matter the season.  I absolutely recommend it to anyone looking for a fun, light mystery.
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I always enjoy the characters in this series and this was no exception. It was a great mystery and a fun read. Wish I had as much energy as Meg!