Meg’s grandmother’s Renaisssance Faire is full of passion with a prankster, abused falcons, ambitious actors, and a saboteur — one of whom ends up dead with Faulk one of the suspects.
Author: Donna Andrews
Away in a manger, asleep on the hay, Meg Langslow finds a little gift with a note implicating her brother Rob. His fiancée is not amused, and Meg must uncover the truth.
Ashes disturbed, a Trinity curmudgeon murdered, and a ruby ring left behind raises all sorts of old memories with Meg Langslow having all the right reasons to investigate.
The benefit production of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol hopes to boost sales with a famous—slightly over-the-hill—actor to star. Only he’s brought a ton of baggage.
Cordelia opened a craft center, and Meg and family jumps to help. But acts of vandalism and the escalation that make them wonder if it’s pressure to make her sell?
It’s an eye-opening experience when Meg and Michael volunteer to help their twin sons’ youth baseball team, and Meg is tangling with Biff Brown on two fronts.
I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Nightingale Before Christmas Series: Meg Langslow #18 Genres: Mystery, Amateur Sleuth Published by Minotaur Books on October 21, 2014 Pages: 304 Format: Hardcover Source: the […]