When 29-year-old divorcée Emily Andrew accepts her spunky grandmother's invitation to accompany her on a seniors' trip to Switzerland, she figures getting away from Iowa for a while couldn't hurt. But her Golden Swiss Triangle Tour experience gets off to a bad start due to hotel mix-ups and the advances of tour escort Andrew Simon, an oily womanizer.

Things quickly go from bad to worse when Andrew is found dead and Emily takes over his escort responsibilities. Rainy weather, a lost suitcase, bad food and, oh yeah, two more mysterious deaths add to the crisis, but Emily finds hope in the form of handsome police detective Etienne Miceli.

A very funny and promising start to Hunter's Passport to Peril series. Next stop: Ireland. (Feb., 272 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Samantha J. Gust