Killer Cruise (Jaine Austen Series #8)

Killer Cruise (Jaine Austen Series #8)

by Laura Levine
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Killer Cruise (Jaine Austen Series #8) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very enjoyable series. I picked them up in the middle and am reading them in random order. Love all the wacky characters! Fun, well written, cozy mystery with no gore, bad language or sex scenes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Laura Levine's Jaine Austen Series is always full of laughter, suspense, crazy parents, and an even crazier cat (that may be the devil in disguise!?! & the reason I am a dog person!) Every book in the series has been a joy to read!
bb1 More than 1 year ago
I loved the book....I am single so I could identify with the main character...and yes,it is something that could happen to me..it was very entertaining,and i will read other books by this author..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great entry in the series. Both the main plot and the sub-plots are well written. If you haven't met Janie Austen before, you are in for a treat. Janie's parents and neighbors are brought in to the mix, so you aren't always at sea. Of course, Prozac has a major role in the plot, and provides a few laughs.
ocnorsk More than 1 year ago
I tell everyone about this book and series. This one in particular made me laugh. I so enjoy something to read that is fun and entertaining.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its not just another boring mystery book, its soooo HILARIOUS!! The more you dig through the book,the more exciting it gets! Her writing is not that deep like sherlock holmes.... so i would recommend this to EVERYONE. If you like a good laugh, this is the book for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this mystery.
staciTX More than 1 year ago
This is another great book by Laura Levine. she is sooo funny!!!! I have enjoyed all the books I have read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Freelance writer Jaine Austen (no descendent of you know who) is thrilled with a week-long Mexican cruise in return for giving a writing class. She should have known better that the oceanic trek from Los Angles would turn horrific from the onset; Prozac her cat hid in her trunk undetected until it was too late to do anything but bring the feline on board. Jaine cuts a deal with Samoa the steward to allow Prozac on board secretly and in return she will edit his 900 page plus thriller manuscript. Jaine is seated with the Pritchard party whose elderly single matriarch Emily is dancing with gold digging escort Graham Palmer III. He showers her with attention and soon Emily is in love. In spite of his engagement to lounge singer Cookie Esposito, Graham and Emily agree to marry over the objection of her family. Soon afterward, Graham is found dead murdered with a stolen ice-pick. The prime suspect is the dumped Cookie, but Jaine does not believe the singer killed her former fiancé. Jaine investigates with Prozac's help while trying not to fall for Emily's nephew Robbie who makes it clear he wants her. The latest Jaine Austen amateur sleuth (see KILLING BRIDEZILLA) is a laugh out loud KILLER CRUISE that readers will want to join. Jaine spends much of the time extracting herself from one awkward mess after another. The whodunit is clever and her investigation fun, but what makes this terrific tale refreshingly brisk is Samoa and his tome that has nothing to do with the mystery, but plenty to do with a great read. Harriet Klausner
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