Book Review: ‘The Falcon Always Wings Twice: A Meg Langslow Mystery’ By Donna Andrews

Book number 27 in the Meg Langslow series finds it’s time for the annual Renaissance Faire, put on by Grandmother Cordelia and finds the whole family working the event for the summer. For Michael, Meg’s husband, it’s a return to the stage for a show each night along with Cordelia. It also means working with temperamental actors like Terrance.

When Terrance is found dead, there’s a long list of potential murderers and the police have a lot to do to find the killer. Meg is along for the investigation and when she gets to close to the truth it puts her life in jeopardy and she may not survive.

Another fun story in the series. The faire setting plays a big part in the story. As always the characters are drive the story and it’s fun to visit with them once again.

You can pick up The Falcon Always Wings Twice: A Meg Langslow Mystery in stores now.

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