Read Gone Gull (Meg Langslow #21) Online Free - Meg Langslow is spending the summer at the Biscuit Mountain Craft Center, helping her grandmother Cordelia run the studios. But someone is committing acts of vandalism, threatening to ruin the newly-opened center's reputation. Is it the work of a rival center? Have the developers who want to build a resort atop Biscuit Mountain found a new tactic to pressure Cordelia into selling? Or is the real target Meg's grandfather, who points out that any number of environmentally irresponsible people and organizations could have it in for him?
While Meg is trying to track down the vandal, her grandfather is more interested in locating a rare gull. Their missions collide when a body is found in one of the classrooms. Can Meg identify the vandal and the murderer in time to save the center's name--while helping her grandfather track down and rescue his beloved gulls?
Gone Gull brings readers yet another knee-slapping adventure filled with Andrews' cast of wacky characters.
|Title||:||Gone Gull (Meg Langslow #21)|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
August 29, 2017
Meg and various family members are spending the summer at the craft retreat her grandmother, Cordelia, is starting on some old family property. While her grandfather is hot on the trail of some rare gulls that might be in the area, Meg is teaching the blacksmithing classes and trying to figure ou...
August 07, 2017
Oh how I love this series; every time I read one, it is like going home and having old and dear friends waiting there for me. I have not yet been disappointed by these stories and I seriously think that this is the only series [and maybe Kylie Logan's League of Literary Ladies] I can say that abo...
July 11, 2017
Gone Gull is the newest book in the Meg Langslow series. This time, Meg and her family have headed up to Biscuit Mountain to help her grandmother, Cordelia, with her summer program. Meg is teaching a blacksmith class, and the prior week had been wrought with pranks. As they head into the second w...
August 29, 2017
Twenty-first in the Meg Langslow funny, cozy, amateur sleuth mystery series and revolving around a blacksmith and her very extended family. Usually set in Caerphilly (York Town), Virginia, Andrews has gone into the Blue Ridge Mountains for this one.
I do enjoy the Meg Langslow mysteries. Sh...
July 31, 2017
Murder has never been funnier than it is in the hands of Donna Andrews and her creation Meg Langslow. Andrews is as reliable as they come when you are looking for a fun cozy mystery to settle down with. Gone Gull is another winner!
Gone Gull sees Meg Langslow out of Caerphilly and up on Biscuit Mo...
June 07, 2017
The newly minted Biscuit Mountain Craft Center has been experiencing a raft of vandalism. Meg Langslow is there to teach blacksmithing and support her grandmother, who owns Biscuit Mountain. When Meg discovers the body of one of the other instructors, she adds sleuthing to her list of duties.
June 26, 2017
So happy to see another book in the Meg Langslow series. This book has Meg back at the anvil teaching a blacksmithing class at her grandmother's art center. There is a lot of malicious vandalism and they are looking into both a real estate developer who want their land or a rival art center that...
October 06, 2017
I suspect that I would have enjoyed this more if I had read the previous 20, but alas, that isn't going to happen. This book had too much: murders (2), vandalism (a lot), threats of harm (many), kidnapping (only 1), theft, strange relationships, and MORE. Still had trouble wading through it. I wa...
September 10, 2017
In this story Meg and her family are on Biscuit Mountain helping her
grandmother with her new craft center. Vandalism is being committed and
Meg is working to find the person behind these acts while her grandfather
Is trying to locate a rare gull. This tale is filled with suspense, humor, and
August 30, 2017
The Meg books just get better and better! I got Gone Gull from the library because I couldn't wait for the paperback, and I'm so glad I did. Got my fix, but now I may have to re-read every book again! Read this one!