Excellent story! The adventures of Meg and her family are wonderfully amusing. This one brings back a little of the spark and fire of the first book--this one is more fun than the last few. Donna Andrews has a gift.
Andrews' books just keep getting better and better! In this one, a huge yard sale turns into a carnival ... including unauthorized concessions, squatters setting up sales booths, and a ride!
If you're a follower of Meg Lanslow, ironworker, this is one of her funnier misadventures. Whodunit ends up being a surprise to the reader when everything that seems wrapped up unravels...
Cozy mystery, sixth in the Meg Langslow series. Meg discovers that yard sales can be murdered when a body turns up in the midst of her clutter-clearing event.
A shady book and antiques dealer is murdered at Meg & Michael's yard sale, and when a professor friend is accused, Meg discovers she must find the killer to keep the professor's career on course.
6th in the series and as likeable as the previous five have been. Meg's mad-cap family runs amok all over this one, as do a few owls, a bevy of suspects and more yard sale customers than I'd be comfortable with. All this combines to make a fun book. Not as humor filled as some of the others, a bit over the top in places, and with a twist that Meg didn't expect but I did. Overall a good read.