The series about a mystery-solving travel agent/tour guide is an easy rainy-day read.
I thought it was great! It was especially great as the introduction to a new series. Emily is a great character and I liked the slap-stick comedy that was thrown in. It was very entertaining and I enjoyed remembering some of the sights in Lucerne as they were discussed in the book. The mystery aspect was great considering I wasn't sure who the killer was until just before the reveal. Even then, I had my doubts. Excellent read and I can't wait to read the rest of this series. A new favorite I do believe!
This book I found to be very humorous. It's about a girl who goes on a trip with her grandma and other seniors. Mysterious murders keep happening. Many witty one-liners and suspicious characters. I enjoyed it.
I really enjoyed this lighthearted cozy mystery, right up to the endâ¦ then it fell apart for me. It was the dialogue. It felt contrived and cheesy (no pun intended). However, I was able to overlook that part and enjoyed the whole book as great fun. I especially loved Emily's grandmother â says what she thinks when she wants to and has good ol' fashioned common Midwestern sense. Lots of fun! Just ignore the silly dialogue at the end! I did laugh out loud several times while reading this, which I have only done when reading Stephanie Plum or Scumble River books. I will be reading more in this series.
This was one of the funniest mystery books that I have read in a long time. I laughed out loud. You would'nt think that being a tour guide for a seniors tour of Switzerland would be that interesting. I cannot wait to read the next one.