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Owls Well That Ends Well by Donna Andrews
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Dec 05, 08

bookshelves: fiction
Recommended for: light mystery readers, pun lovers, the ill
Read in December, 2008

Leave your expectations about believability at the first page and enjoy the best developed of the Meg Langslow mysteries I've read to date. Book six adds richer detail in scene setting while retaining the same tongue-in-cheek and lighthearted approach Andrews has carried through the series, complete with more relatives than I'd want to have, much less hold a yard sale with.

I even learned something about sheep, more about owls, and am glad that Meg's character is coming around to see her mom as more than just an annoyance. For that, I might bump this one up to four stars :)

While not high brow literature, this goofy series is an entertaining quick read while battling the flu, making Owl's Well that Ends Well a good fit for me this week.

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