Take a Journey With Passport to Murder
Looking to take a vacation without leaving your home? Passport to Murder is a great escape into the world of Emmeline Prather and her life as a professor in Copper Bluff, South Dakota. And you don’t even have to leave your couch to go on the adventure!
This is the second book in the Professor Prather Mystery Series. Emmeline sets out with a group of faculty and students on a trip to one of her favorite places, Paris. However their plans are derailed when outspoken fellow professor Molly Jaspers is killed mid-flight. The group finds themselves stuck state side and Emmeline finds herself entangled in yet another murder investigation.
This series was new to me and I’m sure glad I found it! Here are my top reasons to read this book:
Easy to Jump In
Even though this was the second book in the series, I had no trouble jumping in and didn’t feel left behind with the story. The back story was easy to get caught up on and I had no trouble investing in Emmeline as a protagonist.
Enjoyable Main Character
Although Emmeline and many of the characters in the book are professors, they do not come off as stuffy or unrelatable. In fact, I found seeing the human side of the professors and faculty was an entertaining element of the book. They all had unique personalities and it was fun to see them shine outside of the classroom setting.
I’m Ready for More
I love when I finish a book and am already checking to see when the next installment comes out. This book was one where I found myself checking when Emmeline and her adventures would be back – because I can’t wait to see where these characters go next!
You Are Invited to a Party
Want to learn more about this series and author (and have a chance to win some super cool giveaways in the process?) I want to invite you to a Facebook Launch Party that I am proud to be co-hosting for this book. It will be a great time to get to know the author, have some fun, and a couple special guests even plan to drop by to say hello.
Thank you, Marie, for reviewing my book. I appreciate your kind words and look forward to the FB party!
Mary Angela is a new author to me, and I am really looking forward to reading PASSPORT TO MURDER ~ See you at the party tomorrow!
[…] “Seeing the human side of the professors and faculty was an entertaining element of the book. They all had unique personalities and it was fun to see them shine outside of the classroom setting. [….] I can’t wait to see where these characters go next!” Read more…. […]
She is a new to me author. I am hoping to attend the event. It looks like tons of fun!
This is a new series to me, and I enjoy academic settings. So much intrigue in ivory towers.