Emily Andrew-Miceli, travel escort extraordinaire, and her husband, Etienne, are leading a merry band of globetrotting seniors on a tour of Scotland's highlands and islands. In addition to the usual haggis tasting and kilt shopping activities, Emily has organized a high-tech scavenger hunt - her own version of the Highland games that soon turns into all out clan warfare. When one feuding team member is found dead, Etienne - a former police detective - suspects an allergic reaction. But upon discovering that the victim's underhanded tactics may have accidentally unleashed an ancient curse, Emily realizes she'll need a truly brave heart to survive this ill-fated fling.
This was another funny and entertaining addition to a great series. Emily is back with her Iowa seniors and Etiene. Jackie skipped this trip, which was fine with me. I would love to take a trip with this group and be a part of the fun.
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Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
yes, if you love travel, humor and the characters. Try it out
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Most: the regular characters, the setting
Least: storyline of geo-caching
What three words best describe Kathleen McInerney’s performance?
Energy, accents, fun
Do you think Bonnie of Evidence needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
It wasn't one of the best in the series.. the geo-caching theme was a bit weak but, the series is enjoyable. Nana is a hoot.