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A Christmas Cruise Murder

A Rachel Prince Mystery, Book 5
Narrated by: Alex Lee
Series: Rachel Prince Mystery, Book 5
Length: 6 hrs and 47 mins
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Summary

Rachel Prince is back....

Rachel's plans to spend Christmas with her fiancé are in tatters after he is called to Italy at short notice.

Rather than spend Christmas with her parents, Rachel decides to take a last-minute Canary Island cruise. Sarah, cruise ship nurse and Rachel's best friend, is only too pleased to have her along, as Sarah's parents are taking their first cruise. With her mother keen for her to settle down, she is glad of the moral support.

During a coach journey to the port of Southampton, Rachel meets a petulant maître d'. That evening, the same maître d' is found dead, seemingly a victim of a tragic accident. Rachel can't resist snooping, once she suspects an element of foul play.

Was it a fatal accident or murder?

Chief security officer Jack Waverley finds himself confused and upset when his wife is implicated.

Suspects are not in short supply as secrets are uncovered, providing opportunity and motive. The killer has an eye on Rachel.

Can she find out who is responsible before she ends up as another victim?

©2019 Dawn Brookes (P)2020 Dawn Brookes

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Not as good as the previous books in this series

Was really looking forward to reading book 5, but I found it no where near as good as the previous 4. I really enjoyed the first 4 books and would recommend. I felt that the story was a bit flat. A lot more of the story could have been made about Sarah’s parents, and Rachel’s fiancée, joining the cruise, but they seemed to be just off in the background, with nothing much to say. I purchased book 6 before 5 was released on audible, so I am hoping that book 6 is more on par with the first 4.