Dutch Me Deadly

Dutch Me Deadly

A Passport to Peril Mystery

eBook - 2011
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As a travel escort for seniors, Emily Andrew-Miceli has led her feisty Iowa clan all over the world. This time, they're off to see historic windmills, classic Rembrandts, and picturesque canals in Holland, if they can ever unplug from their smartphones, that is. Joining them is the high school class from Bangor, Maine, whose 50th reunion celebration goes south faster than a fallen Brussel sprout soufflé as old rivalries start heating up. Worse, Emily's hopes for a 100% survival rate on this trip are dashed when an important member of the tour suffers a tragic (and highly suspicious) accident. Then the saucy seniors, wild night of drug-laced desserts and risqué shows in Amsterdam's infamous Red Light District gets even more mysterious when one unpopular reunioner goes missing.
Publisher: Woodbury, Minn. : Midnight Ink, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780738730530
073873053X
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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spilege
Feb 25, 2013

I stopped reading this book after the second chapter. The author casts the elderly characters as shallow, self-absorbed, and clicky as school children. The characters in the book have traveled half-way across the world on a sight seeing trip and she has them immersed in their electronic gagets not appreciating the sights of Holland. Also, the author was determined to use the new political catch phrases from the last presidential elections even though the story line isn't political in nature or even set in the U.S. A mystery series with seniors traveling abroad is a great concept, so I hope another author picks up the idea and develops better plot and story lines.

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astrella
Jun 05, 2012

Great installment in a great series.

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