DUCK THE HALLS By Donna Andrews


I seldom read Christmas stories as I find most of them are “tear-jerkers”. I like the Meg Langslow series so well that when I saw the prices had come down, I brought a book I hadn’t read. I found a Lovely relaxing read with all my friends present. There is a prankster active in Caerphilly stirring up problems for the churches. First, the New Life Baptist Church has skunks in its choir loft. It was necessary to move the Christmas concert to the Trinity Episcopal Church. During a concert, a green boa snake slithers out over the choir’s heads causing panic in the church. Meg is in charge of finding new locations for the different church functions. One of Trinity’s elders is found in the basement of the church. Will Meg be able to straighten out the chaos in time for a peaceful Christmas? I highly recommend this loveable addition to the series.

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5 Responses to DUCK THE HALLS By Donna Andrews

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I’ve only read a few books in this series.

  2. lghiggins says:

    It sounds like a fun series but at $7 or $8 dollars each for a digital book seems pricey. Maybe when I am back in the states I can look around for some used copies.

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