Synopsis:Travel agents may be a vanishing breed, but Sidney Marsh, a New York transplant from Mississippi, is holding her ground-- at least on land. She is the tour leader on a cruise through Scandinavia to Russia for a group of eccentric senior citizens who call themselves the High Steppers. Sidney expects her days to be filled with long meals, shopping expeditions and visits to museums, churches and fjords. But this cruise is anything but routine. THere is a killer on board, targeting the High Steppers and quite possibly herself.
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Adult Fiction
Source: Thanks to Tribute Books for letting me be a part of this Book Tour
I haven't read a good mystery in awhile and this was a nice, entertaining read. I was left guessing throughout most of the book as to who the culprit was. I was pretty much dead wrong once everything was revealed. There were a lot of twists and turns along the way.
Sidney Marsh is the lovely protagonist in the book and she is a likeable character aside from her poor decision-making skills when it comes to men :) But we've all been there, right? She's a travel agent for the High Steppers who are a varied and quirky group of (mostly) senior citizens. She has taken them on quite a few world vacations over the years and all has been fine until this particular cruise. It's not long before one of the High Steppers turns up dead and that is just the beginning.
This was a satifsying mystery novel. The plot unfolds smoothly and I loved the varied cast of characters. I do wish there had been a little more romance thrown in. There were the beginnings of some romantic-y situations, but I would have liked them to be fleshed out a bit more. That being said, I enjoyed the book and am curious where Sidney's next mystery/adventure will take her :)
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