Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos
Every year, Yorktown, Virginia, relives its role in the Revolutionary War by celebrating the anniversary of the British surrender in 1781. This year, plans include a re-enactment of the original battle and a colonial craft fair. Meg Langslow has returned to her home town for the festivities--and to sell her wrought-iron works of art. Except, of course, for the pink-painted flamingos she reluctantly made for her mother's best friend--she's hoping to deliver them secretly, so she won't get a reputation as "the blacksmith who makes those cute wrought-iron flamingos."
Besides, she has taken on another responsibility--making sure none of her fellow crafters ruin the historical authenticity of the fair with forbidden modern devices--like wrist watches, calculators, or cell phones. She's only doing it to keep peace with the mother of the man she loves. And Michael himself will don the white-and-gold uniform of a French officer for the re-enactment--what actor could resist a role like that?
Meg's also trying to keep her father from scaring too many tourists with his impersonation of an 18th century physician. And to prevent a snooping reporter from publishing any stories about local scandals. Not to mention saving her naive brother, Rob, from the clutches of a con man who might steal the computer game he has invented. It's a tough job--at least, until the swindler is found dead, slain in Meg's booth with one of her own wrought-iron creations.
Now Meg must add another item to her already lengthy to do list: "Don't forget to solve the murder!"
Fortunately, the more trouble Meg faces, the more fun the reader will have--and Meg faces plenty of trouble in this lighthearted and funny novel.
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Review: Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos (Meg Langslow #3)User Review - Debra - Goodreads
This was the very first Meg Lanslow mystery I read. Meg and her family are beyond hilarious and getting into the middle of a murder every time. This time at a Revolutionary war re-enactment. Of course ... Read full review
Review: Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos (Meg Langslow #3)User Review - Jmlwallis - Goodreads
It was cute. I liked the bit of Virginian history she included. I am kind of glad that the person who did it was who did it. Total poetic justice. Not many animals in this book like her others. So ... Read full review