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Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon (Meg Langslow, #4) Poor Meg Langslow She S Blessed In So Many Ways Michael, Her Boyfriend, Is A Handsome, Delightful Heartthrob Who Adores Her She S A Successful Blacksmith, Known For Her Artistic Wrought Iron Creations But Somehow Meg S Road To Contentment Is Rutted And Filled With Potholes Than Seems Fair There Are Michael S And Meg S Doting But Demanding Mothers, For A Start And Then There S The Fruitless Hunt For A Place Big Enough For The Couple To Live Together And A Succession Of Crises Brought On By The Well Meaning But Utterly Wacky Demands Of Her Friends And Family Demands That Meg Has A Hard Time Refusing Which Is Why She S Tending The Switchboard Of Mutant Wizards, Where Her Brother S Computer Games Are Created, And Handling All The Office Management Problems That No One Else Bothers With For Companionship, Besides A Crew Of Eccentric Techies, She Has A Buzzard With One Wing Who She Must Feed Frozen Mice Thawed In The Office Microwave And Michael S Mother S Nightmare Dog Not To Mention The Psychotherapists Who Refuse To Give Up Their Lease On Half Of The Office Space, And Whose Conflicting Therapies Cause Continuing Dissension This Is Not What Meg Had In Mind When She Agreed To Help Her Brother Move His Staff To New Offices.In Fact, The Atmosphere Is So Consistently Loony That The Office Mail Cart Makes Several Passes Through The Reception Room, With The Office Practical Joker Lying On Top Of It Pretending To Be Dead, Before Meg Realizes That He S Become The Victim Of Someone Who Wasn T Joking At All He S Been Murdered For Real Donna Andrews S Debut Book, Murder With Peacocks, Won The St Martin S Malice Domestic Best First Novel Contest And Reaped A Harvest Of Other Honors As Well This Is The Fourth Book In The Meg Langslow Series, Which Features The Intrepid Meg And Her Cast Of Oddball Relatives Their Capers Are A Lighthearted Joy To Read.

10 thoughts on “Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon (Meg Langslow, #4)

  1. says:

    Once again there s trouble brewing in Caerphilly, Virginia Rob Lanslow feels something is amiss at his computer game company Mutant Wizards So he convinces his sister Meg Lanslow blacksmith and amateur sleuth to sign on as temporary receptionist, hoping she can uncover the problem Sure enough, Ted the office practical joker pain in the neck is soon murdered as he rides around on the automated mail cart The Chief

  2. says:

    This is probably the funniest of an extremely whimsical series I think it s because of the unique Andrews take on the interaction between semi functional computer role playing geeks and some somewhat less functional therapists This book is recommended to anyone who has ever Worked at a software company been a therapist seen a therapist considered seeing a therapist played a role playing game worked or wished they d worked

  3. says:

    So far the series is getting a bit better in every book In this installment Meg is temporarily helping her brother Rob with his new start up company for his computer game Lawyers from Hell Their father is hanging around though Michael is away acting in California When the company jokester turns up dead everyone in the building is a suspect and Meg doesn t have a lot of faith in the local police chief to not just pick the easy target

  4. says:

    As usual, very giggle worthy I have to say I almost like this seriesfor its cast of eccentric characters, than for the actual murders

  5. says:

    This was a reread of the laugh out loud funniest, and my favorite, of Donna Andrews Meg Langslow mystery series In this one, Meg is temporarily filling in as receptionist at her brother s software company, Mutant Wizards, which is working on a new edition of the game Lawyers From Hell To complicate things, this wacky company has to share its office space with several psychotherapists, who are just as wacky.The murder mystery starts when the office pran

  6. says:

    Lots of fun, I could fit right in with Meg s family There s buzzards and gamers and lawyers and a murderer of course There are therapists and karate styles andSit back and enjoy the craziness.

  7. says:

    A good entry in the series This book isn t set around Meg s blacksmithing She s working at her brother s software company looking after the switchboard and looking into odd things happening around the office Odd things like the office practical joker riding around on the autonomous mail cart, moving through the office several times before anyone realizes he s actually dead and not just faking it The office isn t short of suspects, but Meg s brother is quickly arrested The

  8. says:

    After sustaining a blacksmith related injury, Meg is offered a position as a switch board receptionist at her brother Rob s computer gaming company Mutant Wizards In addition to answering calls, keeping frenzied fans away and caring for the one winged buzzard that sits in the reception area, Meg is also supposed to investigate something fishy that is going on in the office, which is never explained The ...

  9. says:

    4.5 stars While it still doesn t reach the 10 10 would recommend status of Murder with Peacocks, this is a solid and very entertaining addition to the Meg Langslow series The mystery is sufficiently twisty and turny to keep the reader guessing until the end, and there s a fabulous cast of new characters, most of whom work at Mutant Wizards, developing Rob s Lawyers from Hell into a computer game While it did feel a little repetitive at times Meg goes to work, Meg deals with stupid questions

  10. says:

    Meg Langslow 4Set a year after the previous book Meg s brother Rob is now running a multi million dollar business built out of the game he developed while studying for the bar in book 1 It s nice to see some continuity background arc for the series After agreeing to move in with Michael, Meg is struggling to make a living after relocating It seems like she s the one giving up the most to make this relationship work This book wasn t as disappointing as the previous two, but still doesn t ma Meg Langslo

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