Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11)
Hoping to reach an expanded clientele of senior travellers, Emily Miceli, travel agency owner and tour escort, offers discounted fares to a handful of bloggers in exchange for highlighting her group’s tour of Cornwall, England. But when the quarrelsome host of their historic inn dies under suspicious circumstances, Emily worries that the bloggers’ coverage of the situation 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 and family treasure can provide more than enough motive for murder.

Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11) Details

TitleSay No Moor (Passport to Peril #11)
Author
ReleaseJan 8th, 2018
PublisherMidnight Ink
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GenreMystery, Cozy Mystery

Say No Moor (Passport to Peril #11) Review

  • Anne
    January 1, 1970
    I think I may have "Squeeed" when I saw this latest installment available on Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. I had enjoyed the first 10 books and have a background with a group tour company and could relate to the settings/situations. Well, you can see from my OK rating that Moor did not hit the same spot for me as the others.I was not engaged by the story and it seemed to be stuck on low speed, maybe because this story is set in the same place and they aren't traveling around. The a I think I may have "Squeeed" when I saw this latest installment available on Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. I had enjoyed the first 10 books and have a background with a group tour company and could relate to the settings/situations. Well, you can see from my OK rating that Moor did not hit the same spot for me as the others.I was not engaged by the story and it seemed to be stuck on low speed, maybe because this story is set in the same place and they aren't traveling around. The activities they do are quite mundane as well. The story needed to be developed more, something were dropped, rushed or not completely explored. Someone disappears and a group manhunt isn't done? Can't you envision the Iowan's doing multiple votes on how to organize the hunt? The family of one of the victim appears and the situation seemed to dissolve at the end.The usual group of travelers were more low key which I liked as they could some times be over the top (which is intentional, but too over the top for me at times). There was also very little setting up of the situation which I appreciate after 10 books, yet I needed to be reminded myself of Jackie and Emily's former relationship. So, while I think the book stands alone fine, some new readers may have a couple of questions.If I hadn't already been invested in the characters, I might have not finished the book. I'm still willing to give #12 a chance though.
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  • Nicole
    January 1, 1970
    Say No Moor is the 11th installment in the Passport to Peril series by author Maddy Hunter. It's the first that I've read, but even though I didn't have any of the character background it was very easy to pick up and dive into. Travel agency owner Emily Miceli is escorting a group of seniors, as well as travel bloggers, on a tour of Cornwall, England, when on their first night the chef is murdered! The chef's business partner is in police custody as a suspect and there is no other staff at the i Say No Moor is the 11th installment in the Passport to Peril series by author Maddy Hunter. It's the first that I've read, but even though I didn't have any of the character background it was very easy to pick up and dive into. Travel agency owner Emily Miceli is escorting a group of seniors, as well as travel bloggers, on a tour of Cornwall, England, when on their first night the chef is murdered! The chef's business partner is in police custody as a suspect and there is no other staff at the inn so Emily and the gang must fend for themselves in this laugh-out-loud cozy while trying to solve the murder and still conduct their tour. The competition and bickering amongst her senior citizen travelers is hilarious, and Emily must keep them in line while ensuring that the bloggers don't leave her any negative reviews. Coupled with the fact that her husband and business partner is away on a retreat, and her transsexual ex-husband is her current roommate, Emily really has her hands full! I highly recommend this cozy, and I'll be reading the rest of the series asap! A+
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  • Annarella
    January 1, 1970
    Got this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest reviewThis book is funny but is not my cup of tea.I enjoyed the book, really appreciated the Iowan seniors because they are really funny.It seems to me that the book is more a humorous one than a mystery as the mystery takes the back seat and it seems to be something that is not so important, just problems that cause problems to the tour.I suppose this was caused by the settings, really static and not much happening.Curious to see if the oth Got this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest reviewThis book is funny but is not my cup of tea.I enjoyed the book, really appreciated the Iowan seniors because they are really funny.It seems to me that the book is more a humorous one than a mystery as the mystery takes the back seat and it seems to be something that is not so important, just problems that cause problems to the tour.I suppose this was caused by the settings, really static and not much happening.Curious to see if the other book in the series are more on the mystery side.
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  • Rhonda
    January 1, 1970
    Quirky cozy mysteryMaddy Hunter added another fun story to the Passport to Peril series. With Emily at the helm of another tour group of mostly seniors Jane Austen's England may never be the same. If you enjoy humor, outrageous characters and a little dose of social media commentary with your mysteries you will love this story.I received an advance reader copy from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review.
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  • Pearl
    January 1, 1970
    Review forthcoming
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