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Murder with Peacocks by Donna Andrews
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Jul 15, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: e-book, mystery-thriller, cozy, funny, series
Recommended to Cindy by: Stacey
Read from June 22 to July 15, 2011

I really enjoyed this book - wasn't sure I would, but it was really fun! Perfect vacation reading, and ok to indulge in on the iPad, since I don't need to keep a paper copy of every darn cozy mystery I read.

Meg is a blacksmith from a very quirky family; so quirky she has moved far away to pursue her art. In this book, she has returned home for the summer to complete her tasks as maid of honor (and unofficial wedding planner and keeper of lists) in three weddings - he best friend, her brother and her mother! Her work is complicated when guests start being found dead and things get even more difficult when it becomes clear the targets are not necessarily the guests but members of Meg's family. Full of laugh out loud moments and with no shortage of chuckle softly under your breath passages either, this romp through the Langslow's summer of weddings is a worthy read.

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