Leslie Langtry

Macho Man Murder By Leslie Langtry: Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa


Wally, the Chechen terrorist whose reputation took a massive hit when Merry’s spy identity was made known, has set himself up on the front lawn of Merry’s second house, the one she uses as her Troop’s clubhouse and the place she hides all her spy weapons and gadgets. The troop was forced to return early from their pool trip due to a few misunderstandings about frogs and sharks, and seeing the stranger, the Girl Scouts have him surrounded.

Musket Ball Murder By Leslie Langtry: Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa


A last minute invite (really a plea for an invite) to a civil war reenactment seems the perfect learning experience for the Girl Scout troop. Excitement abounds with the idea of immersing themselves into the local history surrounding the 1865 Battle of Idiot Creek (although the real battle and the re-enactment have little in common except for the skunk), clothing themselves in period dress (corsets?), camping and cooking outdoors, and acting the part of the Ladies Auxiliary Aid Society.

Marriage Vow Murder By Leslie Langtry: Review/Giveaway/Interview

by Kathleen Costa


Merry is “wedding” stressed, so much so that when she's told the florist is dead in the front pew, she asks, “Did he drop off the flowers first?” Granted, a bit insensitive, but the wedding IS tomorrow! When the police respond to their 9-1-1 alarm, Merry expects her fiancé/detective to arrive on the scene, but the officer doesn't know where he is, his cell goes right to voicemail, and the CIA-worthy tracking app installed on their phones pings nothing.

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