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  • No vacation from murder

    Samantha is taking a mystery tour of the UK with Nana Jo and the ladies along for the ride. When the tour owner is found dead and another member of the group is murdered, Sam realizes she can’t get a break from murder even on vacation. It was fun to get out of the US and head to the UK with the ladies…it’s the only kind of travel we can enjoy right now. The premise of taking a tour to mystery story settings was genius and ties right into the story line so well. I enjoy the author’s works and read other of her series religiously. Strong, independent women and a solid whodunit every time makes for a great book!

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  • I loved it!

    Number six in the series does not disappoint, and is my favourite in the series! The main character is also a writer, so there is a bonus in that there are two mysteries to solve within the book. This is not a distraction from the main story, but a compliment. The regular cast of characters are so endearing and I love to read about them! I really enjoy the relationship between Sam and Nana Jo. As well, I enjoy Nana Jo’s friends, who are written as smart, full of life and entertaining. This latest offering takes the main characters to England, and what a treat it is! The mysteries are well written and kept me guessing! I look forward to reading the next in the series. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • An exciting journey to the land of mystery authors

    A Tourist's Guide to Murder was the great adventure I expect from V.M. Burns, Sam and the crew. I can sooo relate to the challenge of the beginning of Sam's trip to England. While it is usually her grandmother and the other seniors who provide most of the laughs, I was almost in tears both for Sam and at her terrible luck. The Mystery Lovers Tour should be perfect for the whole group and even with all the unexpected events, they get even more than they expect. Talk about twists! Not only do we get to read Sam's newest historical cozy as she writes it, there is another mystery within the murder mystery that befalls the groups planned tour. When a new friend is identified as the prime suspect in a murder, the group, always ready to investigate any mystery, jumps in with all 10 feet. I missed Snickers, Oreo, and all my two-footed friends from back home but had a delightful journey with Sam and the ladies from Shady Acres. I was excited to be approved for an ARC of A Tourist's Guide to Murder because I have loved every book I have read from V.M. Burns and I knew that a trip to England would hold tons of excitement. As always, I share my enjoyment of this book because that is what I do. #NetGalley #ATourist'sGuidetoMurder

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  • A Tourist's Guide to Murder!

    This was a great cozy mystery with characters that made me giggle. I loved how Samantha, the main character, wrote her own mystery while she was solving a whodunnit. The details given about the setting made me feel that I was right next to Samantha as she was investigating. I can't wait to read another mystery from this great series. I received an advanced reader's copy from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Great!

    amateur-sleuth, women-sleuths, law-enforcement, cozy-mystery, situational-humor, verbal-humor, England, retirees***** There's actually two cozy mysteries here. One tells the story about Michigan bookshop owner/soon-to-be-published-author Samantha and her madcap senior sleuths in England on a mystery tour, and interspersed in the opposite chapters is the 1939 British cozy that she works on when stressed. Each is a good cozy, but the current day one is filled with humor as well as the expected interesting characters, plot twists, and red herrings. I enjoyed the read and laughed out loud at some of the fun! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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