Murder With PeacocksBook - 1999
While trying to manage being the maid of honor in three weddings, Meg Langslow finds herself in the midst of a mystery when her soon-to-be stepfather's former sister-in-law is found dead
Three Weddings...And a Murder
So far Meg Langslow's summer is not going swimmingly. Down in her small Virginia hometown, she's maid of honor at the nuptials of three loved ones--each of whom has dumped the planning in her capable hands. One bride is set on including a Native American herbal purification ceremony, while another wants live peacocks on the lawn. Only help from the town's drop-dead gorgeous hunk, disappointingly rumored to be gay, keeps Meg afloat in a sea of dotty relatives and outrageous neighbors.
And, in whirl of summer parties and picnics, Southern hospitality is strained to the limit by an offensive newcomer who hints at skeletons in the guests' closets. But it seems this lady has offended one too many when she's found dead in suspicious circumstances, followed by a string of accidents--some fatal. Soon, level-headed Meg's to-do list extends from flower arrangements and bridal registries to catching a killer--before the next catered event is her own funeral...
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I’m not. If I ever get married, I shall elope. That has now become my prime requirement in a husband. Willingness to elope.
" Only three of them have tails," mother pointed out. " That's because only three of them are peacocks, Mother. The rest are peahens." " Well what do we need them for ? " Mother asked. "They don't add anything to the impression. They're not very attractive." " Maybe not to you, but apparently they are to the peacocks. If we didn't have them around, the peacocks would sulk and wouldn't spread their tails. You know how men are." Mother digested that in silence.
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