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TOUCAN KEEP A SECRET by Donna Andrews


By Theresa de Valence - Posted on 15 December 2018

I was fortunate enough to win TOUCAN KEEP A SECRET by Donna Andrews from Laurie Ham at Kings River Life Magazine (http://KingsRiverLife.com). Thanks, Laurie.

To prepare for sleep, I re-read light hearted books (can't be kept awake by the plot). Meg Langslow series books are in rotation for my bedtime reading.

TOUCAN KEEP A SECRET is Meg Langslow #23. The church has an underground crypt from which loud noises emanate, then a body is discovered. I was much too interested in what would happen next to be willing to sleep.

Meg Langslow's family displays the best characteristics of amateur (amateuse?) mystery fiction. Some characters are certifiably nuts, others endearing, and some a mixture; I'm sure being part of such a family would be truly enervating, but for armchair travellers, they're quite entertaining. And it's satisfying to watch the development of these personalities.

Several spots have laugh-out-loud moments.

If you've never read any Meg Langslow books by Donna Andrews, start with #1. My librarian couldn't get interested in the minutiae of weddings, so I've recommended she move to #2. These books are just too amusing to pass up.


TOUCAN KEEP A SECRET
©2018
by Donna Andrews
Published by Macmillan Publishers
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