No Nest for the Wicket

No Nest for the Wicket

eBook - 2007
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Croquet is a genteel game, usually played on a summer afternoon on a tranquil green lawn. Extreme Croquet is a whole other story. That's what Meg Langslow and her new friends are playing on the several-acre farm of her new neighbor, a countryside studded with rocks, steep hills, and placid, seemingly immovable cows. While this society game can get quite warm, it hasn't reached the stage of actual homicide--at least not until Meg knocks her ball down a small cliff and encounters the body of a dead woman.--From publisher description.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2007.
Edition: St. Martin's paperbacks ed.
ISBN: 9781429992084
1429992085
0312997914
9780312997915
Characteristics: 1 online resource (319 pages).
Summary: Croquet is a genteel game, usually played on a summer afternoon on a tranquil green lawn. Extreme Croquet is a whole other story. That's what Meg Langslow and her new friends are playing on the several-acre farm of her new neighbor, a countryside studded with rocks, steep hills, and placid, seemingly immovable cows. While this society game can get quite warm, it hasn't reached the stage of actual homicide--at least not until Meg knocks her ball down a small cliff and encounters the body of a dead woman.--From publisher description.

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karcoldelharvic5 Jun 11, 2015

Silly fun filled pages

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ggrandel
Nov 13, 2013

One can only hope that Meg and her crazy family(and hot man) stay around for a long time. I really like the quirky characters and the nutty situations they get into. Also love that duck!Great murder mystery series.

(Staff) Elaine Bird Mar 11, 2011

Another in the series of Meg Langslow mysteries. These are fun, dare I say silly, mysteries with odd endearing characters. Entertaining read.

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