Not Just Another Grouchy Grammarian

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Review: Dashing Through the Snowbirds (Meg Langslow #32), by Donna Andrews

I received an ARC of this book from Net Galley. All opinions, etc., are my own.

I admit it. I wait anxiously for each new Donna Andrews book, and this was no exception. Dashing Through the Snowbirds is her 32nd Meg Langslow mystery, and opening it was like seeing an old friend after a hiatus.

It contains all the usual elements: Meg & her marvelous family and numerous friends, the residents of Caerphilly, the usual Christmas madness that overtakes the town, a murder, and three (count ’em!) mysteries to resolve. It also has enough easter eggs (n terms of jokes and name-checks) to keep her readers happy.

My only problem with this book is that I am now caught up on all of Meg’s adventures to date, and now have to go back into waiting for the next one. As my mom would have said, “This should be my biggest problem.”

This is the one bit of Christmas before Halloween that I wait for, and I think that once you enter Meg’s world, you will too.

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