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November 22, 2022

Dashing Through the Snowbirds by Donna Andrews ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


It's Christmastime in Caerphilly! It is busier than usual for Meg as she is hosting a dozen Canadian computer programmers who are working on a project with her brother's company.  When the boss of the Canadian company is found murdered there is no shortage of suspects as he wasn't well-liked by anyone. But the motive may be more than just a disgruntled employee working through the holidays. Can Meg solve the murder and save Christmas for everyone?

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book cover of Christmas cozy mystery Dashing Through the Snowbirds by Donna Andrews
October 2022; Minotaur Books; 978-1250760227
audio, ebook, print (304 pages); cozy mystery

I have to admit I picked this book because of the cover. I thought it would be a wild caper with its cute cover. I didn't realize Dashing Through the Snowbirds was book 32 in Donna Andrews's Meg Langslow series. I haven't read any books in this series but I often pick up cozy mystery series in the middle so I was still looking forward to reading it.

It is a cute story and the characters are easy to like. I think fans of the series will really enjoy this installment. As a new reader though I was a little confused and it took a while to figure out who everyone was. At one point I even wondered if it was a paranormal cozy because Mutant Wizards is the name of Meg's brother's company (I didn't realize it was the company's name at first). 

Once I got into the story though I did enjoy it and I will probably look for more books in this series when I'm needing a new cozy mystery to read.

If you enjoy fun Christmas stories but don't really care for rom-coms then Christmas cozies are the way to go. Grab yourself a hot cocoa, a couple of sugar cookies, and this book for a relaxing winter day of reading.


Need more Christmas reading suggestions? Check out my list!


Donna Huber is an avid reader and natural encourager. She is the founder of Girl Who Reads and the author of how-to marketing book Secrets to a Successful Blog Tour.



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