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Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos by Donna Andrews
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Dec 05, 2008

it was ok
Recommended for: light mystery readers, pun lovers, the ill
Read in December, 2008

How does a community ban on plastic yard ornaments fit in with a revolutionary war reenactment, a murder, and blacksmithing? Leave it to Meg Langslow's character to bring the story together in Yorktown VA where she and the handy boyfriend character Michael, who we really know far too little about, are participating in the festivities of encampment and craft show in period garb and with cannons firing.

Not much meat on the bones of this one in the series, but the story behind her making iron flamingos is believable to any condo or Homeowners' association resident and the rest of the book is lightweight entertainment with amusing conversation and colorful characters.
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