The Case of the Man Overboard
After an intense year of solving crime in their home town of Richmond, Virginia, Michaela, Dottie and retired canine Angel, travel to Europe to spend much needed leisure time at the Borghase Estate outside of Rome. Unfortunately, their plans are upended by a series of catastrophes.˃˃˃ A Vacat ...more
While having quite a few Vodka drinks Vadim (older man), & Snake (younger man) were conversing & on what Snake had snuck on board.
Countess Dorothy “Dottie” Borghase (82, Italian, wealthy widow aristocrat, co-owner Mediterranean Cruise; Line, former U of Malta Professor) was in the Captain’s private dining room enjoying her tea.
Michaela “Mic” McP ...more
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This is the third book in the Michaela McPherson Mystery series and fits in nicely with the previous two. You don't need to have to read them to follow this suspenseful tale. But if you have, you will enjoy this story all the more.
The action takes place on a cruise ship in the Mediterranean. A most unlikely place for multiple murder, but it works. This time the trio of amateur sleuths is out to enjoy a holiday in Italy aboard the boat. But it isn't long before their vac ...more
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Having a tense year of solving crimes, Michaela and aged 82 Dottie, plus Angel the dog, travel from Richmond, VA to Europe. They then take a cruise trip around the Mediteranean ... which becomes a nightmare for both of them. An American pharmaceutical company has released a 'dirty' drug and the corporation has invited numerous doctors to sway them to prescribe their product. Also, there are a couple of hit men aboard being assigned to eradicate many passenger ...more
On a Mediterranean cruise Mic and the Countess meet physicians who are attending a medical conference held by Blake Pharmaceuticals . Then murders occur including a US Senator . In the meantime a young man with a crush on Mic is also on board and has devious plans for Mic.
I don't understand why these obviously educated people say "gonna" and "wanna " instead of going to and want to .
Meeting Judith Lucci at Massanutten Resort prompted me to read some of her work. I'm glad I did. I now have read all three of the Michaela McPherson books. They are easy to read and somewhat surprising in their resolution. This is no exception. Once you read one chapter, you will want to see what the next one brings. Try it - you'll like it!
This is the third of the series I have read. I loved the first 2, but noticed that this was a little repetitive in the story telling. Some of the plots were explained several times, which is slightly annoying to me. The story was good and I will most likely continue with the series.
“Before I wrote fiction, I was an academic writer who published research, theoretical works, text bo ...more