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Murder With Puffins by Donna Andrews
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Dec 01, 2008

it was ok
bookshelves: fiction
Recommended for: light mystery readers
Read in November, 2008

Amusing, though not as mysterious as the story could be, Meg remains hard to take seriously as she flits about hither and yon, mingling with colorful characters at a family enclave off the Maine coast.

Better set closer to home on one hand, Meg Lanslow was slightly more believable in the first of this series, Murder with Peacocks. But she comes off as slightly less of a patsy in this novel.

As a follow up to the first in the series it's not a necessary read at all and will, disappointingly, tell you little of the story of the inside of the romance with the dressmaker's son. I'm afraid he, and I perhaps, like Meg's dad better than I do the heroine.

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