"The eleventh book in the Passport to Peril Mystery series is solid proof that this series just keeps getting better and better."RT Book Reviews
Tour escort Emily Andrew-Miceli's plan to boost her business with social media threatens to backfire in merry old England
Hoping to reach an expanded clientele of senior travelers, Emily Andrew-Miceli invites a handful of bloggers to join her group's tour of England's Cornwall region. But when the quarrelsome host of a historic inn dies under suspicious circumstances, Emily worries that the bloggers' online reviews will torpedo her travel agency.
To make matters worse, Emily is roped into running the inn, and not even a team effort from her friends can prevent impending disaster. As one guest goes missing and another turns up dead, Emily discovers that well-kept secrets can provide more than enough motive for murder.
Praise for the Passport to Peril Mysteries:
"A bit of humor, a bit of travel information and a bit of mystery add up to some pleasant light reading."Kirkus Reviews
"The cast of characters is highly entertaining and the murder mystery mixed with good humor!"Suspense Magazine
"Maddy Hunter's Passport to Peril series is a first-class ticket to entertainment."Carrie Bebris, award-winning author of the Mr. & Mrs. Darcy Mystery series
About the Author
Maddy Hunter has endured disastrous vacations on three continents in the past five years. The first six titles are available from Pocket Books; books seven through eleven are available with Midnight Ink Books. The first in the series, Alpine for You, was an Agatha Award finalist and a Daphne du Maurier Award finalist. Also, Hula Done It?, Pasta Imperfect, and Top O’ the Mournin’ were named to the Independent Mystery Bookseller’s Association bestseller list. For more information, go to MaddyHunter.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is the most medicore book that I've read from Maddy. What happened? I own every book from this vacation series and other than constant vote taking by the characters. Unlike the first 4 books, not entertaining. Where's George with the prostetic leg antics? Where's her grandmother's romance? Like the last book, the story felt forced. I kept reading waiting for something really outlandish to happen like in the first 4 books that would have me screaming laughing out loud where my husband and co-workers would ask what I was reading. Not so for the last two books. The seniors became placid. No real funny situations. I am still a fan, and will purchase the next book. Praying for a knockout.