Pasta Imperfect (Passport to Peril, Book 3)

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Click the above Classified button to follow Maddy on Facebook. About the Author …. Photo Gallery. In October of , in the midst of the Y2k frenzy that predicted global chaos would reign when computer systems crashed on January 1, , I traveled to Switzerland as part of an organized tour for a group of Iowa seniors.

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We checked into the Grand Palais Hotel in Lucerne where the rooms were spartan, the food unappetizing, and the weather outside miserable. But the Iowans were undaunted.


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To learn more about how we use and protect your data, please see our privacy policy. Hula Done It? This installment in the Passport of Peril series is another wacky ride with tour guide Emily Andrew. This time, her troupe of senior citizens attacks Italy, joining up with a group of romance writers in competition for a coveted prize. Murder and mayhem ensue amid wonderful travelogue descriptions of the scenery and shopping. While I enjoyed these details, the story started out a bit too slapstick comedy for m This installment in the Passport of Peril series is another wacky ride with tour guide Emily Andrew.

While I enjoyed these details, the story started out a bit too slapstick comedy for my taste. But once the mystery got going, it caught my attention. The puzzle is intriguing and will keep you guessing until the end. Aug 28, Anastasia rated it it was amazing Shelves: cozy-mysteries-bingo-challenge. Tour escort, Emily Andrews, is escorting her Iowan travel group to Italy where they have joined a group of romance writers. Unfortunately she needs to deal with several disasters and accidents as well as multiple deaths.

A funny and entertaining book. I loved meeting up with all the quirky characters, especially nanna and Emily's ex transgender husband, Jackie.

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We also meet Emily's mother who has joined the tour. Emily's tours are never dull and I look forward to their next trip. Feb 14, Amy rated it it was ok. This wasn't the best of the series but it was still interesting. AND she really needs to hook up with Etienne! Aug 05, Jim rated it liked it. This was an odd little mystery. If you like a story with lots of red herrings and a life lesson about jumping to conclusions, this is the book for you.

The whole thing felt a bit too artificial for my taste.


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It was almost like the author was writing for a movie or a tv show, with rich visual imaging in the place of content. This is not meant to be a criticism, it's just that the story, the setting and the characters work better when you close your eyes and visualize what is happening. Oct 12, Mooncat rated it really liked it.

I liked it. Not as much as the previous ones though. It was a bit confused, too many coincidences taking place beside the actual crimes and Emily got it wrong too many times. Despite myself, I like him. He seemed more real than Etienne. I would wish Etienne to be more involved into the story lines, maybe that would make him more real and less such a bag of Klischees and contradictions.

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Nov 30, Cara Young rated it it was amazing. Such a great pick-me-up series! A fun read I enjoyed this book, but not quite as much as book 2 in the series. Jackie is fun, as is Nana, but a lot of the other characters didn't do it for me.

Sep 12, Julie rated it really liked it. Jul 04, Christa haines Sheridan rated it liked it. A little silly, but fun to read. This one was better than 2 in the series. I'll continue with them. I'm going to believe that Emily gets less awkward as the series progresses. Jul 24, Linda Lugar rated it it was amazing. These books are so fun!!! I can't wait to go to Hawaii with them next!

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Jul 03, Drebbles rated it it was amazing Shelves: Also on the trip are a bunch of would be romance authors. As usual, calamity strikes early and often starting with Emily's suitcase getting lost and their hotel burning down. Some people will do anything to win and before long the bodies start piling up. All the people who were killed were judges in the contest and Emily's mother is the last judge still around. Emily wants to solve the murder - fast - before her mother becomes the next victim. This is a funny cozy mystery. Hunter uses the story line to poke gentle fun at romance authors and readers, critics, agents, awards, publishers, Oprah's book club and even Amazon reviewers.

Hunter populates the book with humorous, eccentric characters, including Emily's hot to trot millionaire grandmother; her mother who likes to alphabetize everything, including people; Emily's ex-husband Jack, who is now a gorgeous female named Jackie who reminds me a lot of Lula in Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series ; and the assorted Iowans on the trip, including one who wears on readers with her habit of rhyming everything.

Etienne, Emily's long-distance, boyfriend appears in a series of phone calls and Hunter intriguingly throws in a handsome tour guide named Duncan, who also is attracted to Emily. The solutions to the murders is a bit of a let down, but don't let that stop you from reading this very funny mystery. I arrange day-trips Then I get to accompany the group as an official escort. It's a dream job that suffers only one major drawback.

People keep dying on me. She and her group of seniors from Iowa travel to Italy as Emily settles into her role as tour escort - but fails to leave the murder and mayhem behind her penchant for finding dead bodies is becoming a running in- "I found employment She and her group of seniors from Iowa travel to Italy as Emily settles into her role as tour escort - but fails to leave the murder and mayhem behind her penchant for finding dead bodies is becoming a running in-joke.