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BONNIE OF EVIDENCE
by Maddy Hunter

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Amateur Sleuth

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Emily Andrew-Miceli is back and funnier than ever. As a travel escort, she is offered many opportunities to engage in hilarity and she makes the most out of them. Hunter uses such wonderful description and detail that it is easy to envision yourself in the quick-moving story. With an enjoyable ending, this is a great cozy mystery!

Emily leads a group of senior citizens around Scotland. Although there have been mishaps in the past, Emily is determined to make this trip a success. She has her mother plan a high-tech scavenger hunt that should be fun for all. But it’s no fun for Isobel Kronk, who’s found murdered. Emily and her husband, Etienne, must find out who committed the crime. (MIDNIGHT INK, Feb., 312 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Robyn Glazer

Publisher: MIDNIGHT INK

Published: February 2013

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