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    Entertaining cozy mystery

    Ex CIA agent & scout troop leader Merry Wrath continues to discover bodies in Meerkats and Murder. Ms. Langtry's adventures of the world's most unlikely scout troop leader and her scouts continue to captivate me. Scout Betty really gets to shine in this book. With the usual cast of characters, plus several more Russians and new zoo animals, Ms. Langtry continues to spin Merry's adventures in Who's There, Iowa. Once again I was stumped by the quite surprising ending. You don't want to miss this adventure!
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    Truly worth reading

    Leslie Langtry sure has a way of writing the Merry Wrath mysteries. Funny and curious reading. Never know what trouble will happen to Merry.
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    Series keeps getting better & better!

    I really enjoy this series! Merry Wrath is a former CIA agent and a Girl Scout troop leader. However, her former career doesn’t seem to have been left behind. With a husband that’s a detective, her former handler, her bff and a troop of girls fascinated with her former career, and her habit of finding dead bodies, life is far from dull. The characters are interesting and the Girl Scouts are hilarious!
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    Loved! Another great Merry story!

    Merry is held at gunpoint in her house by a man searching for something called 'Nye'. She has no idea what this is, but it leads her to think she wasn't the only spy to live there, and that she was somehow coerced into buying this particular house when she left the CIA. On one of her many secret trips to the zoo, Merry discovers the dead body of the gunman. As usual, she takes it upon herself to investigate, even though Rex would really rather she didn't. But Merry rarely listens to him, and how boring would the books be if she did?? Merry does some silly things in this one, but Betty is hilarious. Everything she did or said cracked me up. The Girl Scouts usually provide a lot of laughs, but Betty was awesome. This was another great Merry story, with all the usual characters (and animals!) who make the stories fun.
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